Oven and Stove Repair Tech with the Scarsdale Appliance Doctor Recommends Baking Hints while Performing Service
Local oven service technician lists certain details that can affect baking results as well as a test to be sure a new oven is performing correctly
The oven and range service professional with the Appliance Doctor (http://appliancedoctorscarsdale.blogspot.com/p/stove-repair.html) explains there are several issues that can affect baking outcomes. One unknown facet is the pan surface. A darker pan will absorb heat and produce a darker, crispier crust ideal for pies and bread. Glossy pans reflect heat for a lighter more delicate browning that is good for biscuits and cakes. Glass pans absorb heat slowly and retail it well so a lower temperature may be used when baking stroganoffs and pasta dishes like lasagna or ravioli and cheese.
One mistake people make is not allowing the oven to preheat. Unlike common belief, preheating the oven while it is empty is not always a waste of energy. The oven repair man advises preheating the oven for baked items like biscuits and pies. Preheating is not mandatory for slower baking things like meaty foods and casseroles.
One more cooking tip from the range repair man is proper placement of the oven rack. For the best results, center the rack in the oven for even baking. Positioning food too close to the top could cause over browning on top; too close to the bottom will probably burn the bottom of the dish. Read the manual for multiple rack baking instructions.
Other factors that can influence baking results include pan placement and oven "peeking." Numerous recipes advise minimum and maximum baking time for example, "bake 35-- 45 minutes." Opening the oven frequently reduces the temperature and wastes energy. The range repair man advises waiting until the minimum baking time has elapsed prior to checking.
About the Appliance Doctor
The Appliance Doctor (www.appliancedoctorx.com/) has operated since 1980, and currently utilizes 13 fully stocked vehicles and a high-tech dispatch system to quickly diagnose and repair any broken home appliance on their very first visit. Seasoned appliance service technicians are certified and factory trained to address all major brands of home appliances.
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