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how do i not burn a cookie with a small oven
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    Thread created on 04:04:45 - 30/05/23 (10 months ago)
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    Last replied 10:49:33 - 02/06/23 (10 months ago)
    my oven is pretty small and i dont have parchment paper lol
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    Posted on 21:11:41 - 30/05/23 (10 months ago)
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    if no parchment paper you can use butter and rub it on the pan to coat it then dust the pan in flour like they do with cake tins, if not fan forced or anything, lower the temp by 5 or 10 degree and also manually turn the tray around in the lil oven during the cooking cycle, cook on the lower rack if lil oven has more then one shelf.

     

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    Posted on 02:26:47 - 01/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    Also possibly get a oven thermometer that you can keep in the oven to see if it is not heating up too much. I have one in my Oven downstairs that oven is over 110 years old and still works you just need to adjust with the temperature like turn it down and wave some hot air out of it before you put something in.

    Also reduce the time might help a bit.

    And does your oven have different shelves? if you can adjust them possibly move it higher or use a higher rack.

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    Posted on 02:45:19 - 01/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    Also possibly get a oven thermometer that you can keep in the oven to see if it is not heating up too much. I have one in my Oven downstairs that oven is over 110 years old and still works you just need to adjust with the temperature like turn it down and wave some hot air out of it before you put something in.

    Also reduce the time might help a bit.

    And does your oven have different shelves? if you can adjust them possibly move it higher or use a higher rack.
    heat rises, usually means burns quicker esp cookies and the like if on top shelf, lower shelf for slower cooking but i could be wrong.

     

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    Posted on 14:41:29 - 01/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    Also possibly get a oven thermometer that you can keep in the oven to see if it is not heating up too much. I have one in my Oven downstairs that oven is over 110 years old and still works you just need to adjust with the temperature like turn it down and wave some hot air out of it before you put something in.

    Also reduce the time might help a bit.

    And does your oven have different shelves? if you can adjust them possibly move it higher or use a higher rack.

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    heat rises, usually means burns quicker esp cookies and the like if on top shelf, lower shelf for slower cooking but i could be wrong.
    The lower shelf is closer to the heat. so it does cook faster on there.

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    Posted on 15:07:44 - 01/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    ill try making brownies first


    AFTER I HAVE PARCHMENT PAPER
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    Posted on 21:37:17 - 01/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    DrZed [237786]

    Also possibly get a oven thermometer that you can keep in the oven to see if it is not heating up too much. I have one in my Oven downstairs that oven is over 110 years old and still works you just need to adjust with the temperature like turn it down and wave some hot air out of it before you put something in.

    Also reduce the time might help a bit.

    And does your oven have different shelves? if you can adjust them possibly move it higher or use a higher rack.

    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    heat rises, usually means burns quicker esp cookies and the like if on top shelf, lower shelf for slower cooking but i could be wrong.

    DrZed [237786]

    The lower shelf is closer to the heat. so it does cook faster on there.
    unless you have some whack ass oven bro lol guess the science has been wrong all these years. Lower shelf hotter lol are you high ?

     

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    Posted on 21:49:15 - 01/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    skullreaction [2878662]

    ill try making brownies first


    AFTER I HAVE PARCHMENT PAPER
    good luck i like a nice sticky brownie, slightly warmed, scoop of vanillia ice cream mmmm

     

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    Posted on 10:49:33 - 02/06/23 (10 months ago)
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    skullreaction [2878662]

    ill try making brownies first


    AFTER I HAVE PARCHMENT PAPER

    Mr-Fixer [447734]

    good luck i like a nice sticky brownie, slightly warmed, scoop of vanillia ice cream mmmm
    ill try to make it chewy and more on the other nutty and rich flavors instead of plainly sweet
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