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Useful Baking Guides and Conversion Chart – sharmilazkitchen

Baking Guides for all of you. The measurement of the ingredients in baking is the most important thing. Addition of any of the ingredients too much or less makes a huge difference.

We often bake cakes, cookies, bread and all. Sometimes it came out hard, sometimes too soft. But do you know the reason? How and why it happened? We never get the solution.  The following charts will guide you to learn some awesome baking tips so that you can bake perfect cakes and cookies for the next time.

While surfing the internet, I found these charts. So I put them together for you –

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And here goes the baking pan conversion chart..baking guides

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