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bake in a water bath definition

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  • October 17th, 2006

    Amazingly a lot of hit to my blog is looking for the definition to “bake in a water bath”. Go figure…

    What it means is you need to bake your item in a double container. For example, if you are making creme caramel, you would first fill your porcelin cup with custard. Then put the porcelin cup in a bigger container. When the oven is preheated, place both container in the oven, and fill the outer container with water, up to 1/2 the height of the porcelin cup. Remember, water bubbles when boil. Then, you cover the outer container with tin foil. Then, poke some hole on the tin foil to allow water to escape, so the condensation doesn’t drip back into the creme caramel. Close the oven door, then you are on your way.

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