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Baking Skills Questions - All Grades

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Grade 11 Baking Skills
To tell if the cupcakes are finished you use a                
  1. Toothpick
  2. Baseball bat
  3. Finger
Grade 11 Baking Skills
Cupcakes can be iced right after you take the cupcakes out of the oven?
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 9 Baking Skills
A leavening agent made from dry acid or salt acid, baking soda, and starch or flour is?
  1. Baking powder
  2. Baking eggs
  3. Baking fat
  4. Baking soda
Grade 10 Baking Skills
The French term for setting up all your ingredients before you start mixing and baking is                 mise en place                .
Grade 10 Baking Skills
To avoid too much gluten activation, do not            over-mix            dough when baking.
Grade 10 Baking Skills
If you suspect your oven temperature guide is unreliable, purchase an                    oven thermometer                    for accurate baking temperatures.
Continuing Education Baking Skills
To combine ingredients until soft and creamy using a spoon, beater, or mixer.
  1. Cream
  2. Stir
Grade 9 Baking Skills
One of the biggest causes of popover failures is?
  1. Not enough eggs
  2. Too much butter
  3. Too much cooking
  4. Not enough cooking
Grade 11 Baking Skills
What type of flour is used for making a cake?
  1. All-purpose
  2. Self-rising
  3. Baby Powder
Continuing Education Baking Skills
When baking with yeast, it requires time to ferment.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Baking Skills

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What are two ingredient examples of acids?
  1. baking soda and yeast
  2. lemon juice and buttermilk
  3. baking soda and baking powder
  4. baking soda and apple cider vinegar
Grade 11 Baking Skills
What will happen if you put icing on hot items?
  1. nothing
  2. the icing will melt
  3. the icing will rise
Continuing Education Baking Skills
To work dough by folding, pressing, and turning, until it is smooth and elastic. Place dough on a floured board, fold it in half, and press firmly with the heels of your hands. Turn the dough about a quarter turn, and repeat the folding and pressing.
  1. Whip
  2. Knead
  3. Cut In
  4. Fold In
Continuing Education Baking Skills
To mix solid shortening with flour by cutting the shortening into small pieces and mixing until it is completely covered with the flour mixture. Use a pastry blender, two knives, or a fork.
  1. Fold In
  2. Knead
  3. Mix
  4. Cut In
Grade 9 Baking Skills
When baking a gluten free recipe with eggs, it is advisable to separate the eggs and beat the whites to soft peaks for a more fluffy and light product.
  1. True
  2. False
Continuing Education Baking Skills

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In quick breads, what is the leavening agent?
  1. yeast
  2. both baking powder and baking soda
  3. baking soda
  4. baking powder
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The process of yeast converting sugar into carbon dioxide is known as                .
  1. proofing
  2. fermentation
  3. resting
  4. kneading
Grade 10 Baking Skills
Ensure that all your baking ingredients are at                    room temperature                    before you begin baking.
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How does double-acting baking powder work?
  1. it works exactly the same as baking soda and baking powder combined
  2. it works twice as fast as regular baking powder
  3. it releases a small amount of gas when mixed, then the balance when heated
  4. it releases a large amount of gas when heated, then the balance when the product is cooled
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Which leavening agent requires an acid in order for it to work?
  1. baking soda
  2. steam
  3. baking powder
  4. yeast
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