2nd November 2019

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What is the difference between beating and whisking?

Beating is a more intense process than mixing and traditionally requires a whisk or electric mixer. The goal in beating is often more than just combining ingredients together, but also to introduce air into the mixture. Tip the bowl slightly on edge away from you while beating if you are using a whisk.

Besides, what is the meaning of whisking method?

Whisking method. Also known as the 'whipping' method and is usually used for sponges, egg whites for meringue, pavlova cakes, and for chiffon products. When making sponge cakes, most of the sugar is added to the eggs before beginning whipping. During egg whipping, air cells are formed and incorporated into the mix.

How do you whisk without a whisk?

Method 1 Using Forks
  1. Use the right bowl or pan. Before whisking, you want to make sure that the container is much larger than your starting product.
  2. Get two forks. Use two forks that are approximately the same size.
  3. Tape the forks together.
  4. Use the forks like a whisk.

What is the definition of whip in cooking?

1. The process of beating an ingredient vigorously to incorporate air, which makes the ingredient frothy. For example, egg whites are whipped until they form stiff peaks and heavy cream is transformed into whipped cream. 2. A utensil used for mixing food ingredients being prepared for baking or serving.
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