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WAY OT OVENS - 12/25/2018 1:15:38 PM   
Penny Hal

 

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I got a new oven that holds the temperature steady. Older ovens did not have the technology to do that...they'd heat up, cool a little, then heat up again in cycles. As a result, things get cooked faster and the times in my recipes are not accurate any more. Is anyone else dealing with this issues? I seem to always be over-cooking things...or burning them!

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RE: WAY OT OVENS - 12/25/2018 1:21:26 PM   
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Muffins take 18 minutes at 375 in my oven... drop temperature by 25 degree and when instructions say something like 18-20 minutes choose shorter length and check at 17 minutes... I had this problem when I moved from Montreal to Calgary because of elevation... dried up old brownies until a native calgarian gave me her recipe...


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RE: WAY OT OVENS - 12/26/2018 12:45:00 PM   
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Thanks! I just ruined a coffee cake before I posted. I thought I was watching it carefully, but when I took it out of the oven it was dried out. Your hints will are a great help!

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RE: WAY OT OVENS - 12/26/2018 6:19:38 PM   
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Thought my oven was cool. Put in a thermometer and it said 350. Really? I still think it bakes cool. 8-10 minutes for cookies takes probably close to 20. Hmm

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RE: WAY OT OVENS - 12/27/2018 1:14:30 PM   
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https://www.cooksillustrated.com/videos/144-checking-oven-temperature Here is a website to show how to check your oven temp using water and an instant read thermometer. Sometimes the regular oven thermometers are off themselves and give a false reading.

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