Secret tips for the best cookies ever
Cookie lover, but your cookies never turn out right? Master a few simple techniques and learn some quick tips to turn out perfectly crispy, chewy, sweet cookies every time you bake.
1. Soften butter
Take butter out of the fridge, leave it out at room temperature for a few hours or put it in the microwave to soften by heating.
2. Cream butter and sugar
Beat butter and sugar together until you reach a white color (it takes about 3 - 5 minutes), in this way you will incorporate more air. Then add the rest of the ingredients. The result will be very light-textured cookies.
3. Measure flour correctly
Add in the appropriate quantity of flour. The best choice is using a measuring cup. Too much flour will make cookies tough and dry. In this step, you can add some special ingredients such as matcha tea, milk powder, chocolate chips, dried fruits etc.
4. Knead the dough until the flour is fully and evenly mixed.
5. Use an ice cream scooper or coffee scooper to measure out dough and uniform shape and size.
6. Bake it (this process takes about 10 minutes)
Remember to preheat the oven for about 3 minutes. Take out the baking tray, place a baking paper on it, put the cookies into the oven. To make sure they all bake evenly, rotate the baking sheet from front to back halfway through the baking time. If you're baking two sheets of cookies at once, switch the position of the sheets from top to bottom and then rotate them from front to back.
7. Take out
If you've ever tried grabbing a cookie off the baking sheet straight out of the oven, you know that it falls apart immediately. Let the cookies rest on the baking sheets for 2 to 3 minutes so that they won't break.
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