People also ask

  • When baking can I just double or Triple A recipe?

  • When I am baking, can I just double or triple a recipe, or do I have to make other adjustments? When you double or triple recipes for cakes, muffins, cookies and other baked goods, you should be mathematically precise when you double (or triple) the ingredients, but not the cooking times.

  • How do you double A recipe?

  • It may seem like a simple task to double a recipe by multiplying all the ingredients by 2. Most cooks suggest batch cooking the original recipe or carefully adjusting seasonings, rising agents and alcohol to keep a flavor balance.

  • What do you do with Triple Cooked Chips?

  • If you like, you can dress these triple-cooked chips up in any way you fancy 鈥?try sprinkling with Cajun spice mix after they鈥檝e been cooked, garlic salt, or even giving them a good grating of Parmesan at the end of cooking. Serve with homemade burgers or beer-battered fish for a real deep-fried treat.

  • Is it possible to Triple A cupcake recipe?

  • Yes, a cupcake recipe is probably one of the few which can’t just be tripled. All cupcake recipes I’ve come across are chemically leavened (they include baking powder or baking soda). With baking powder and baking soda, the leavening starts as soon as you mix the dry and the liquid parts of the batter – even before you put the batter into the oven.