Last week, Hub forward an email to me on a a hands on baking workshop at CSC. After much consideration, I decided to sign up the course. This is my first time attending a hands on workshop. Thereat I met Bee Leng(Doris Sister)!
Find the room kind of too small to accommodate 22 pax of students. Equipment wise, students are not brief ahead on how to use. I saw them holding onto a metal bowl and whisk by a KA machine....can you imagine this? I'm so worried that the machine/whisk will get spoilt and students getting injured! Best part I washed a whisk and left it on my table. After I returned to my table, the whisk is no way to be found!!!! I have no idea who took it but at least have the courtesy to ask. The trainer for this workshop is Ms Cheryl. Overall, still enjoy the workshop.
Some of the tips shared by the trainer:
1) Bicarbonate Soda added to melted choco powder to make the cake darker
2) Soaked banana in lemon juice to prevent it from turning dark
3) oil & milk must be hot when adding into the batter. This will resulted in a softer cake
4) if no corn syrup it can be replaced by same amount of honey