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Pampered Chef: Cooking with stoneware

  1. Monty060609

    Monty060609 Member

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    I tried to make cookies with my large bar pan tonight. I know that there are timing issues with the stones but I couldn't remember if it was longer or shorter? This is the first time that I've used it without a PC recipe.
    So I gave the cookies an extra minute or two and they still weren't done. But then they cooled a little out of the oven and I put them back in for another 2-3 minutes.

    Should I leave cookies in for 5 extra minutes every time?
     
    Nov 15, 2009
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  2. BeckyC5830

    BeckyC5830 Member

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    In the "Stoneware Inspirations" Cookbook they suggest when baking items with a short bake time (10 minutes or less, such as cookies) you may want to add 1 to 2 minutes onto the baking time. I also read someplace that if the top of your item browns too quickly but is not baked through, lower the rack of your oven. I think experimenting is the only way to find out which way works best with your oven.
     
    Nov 15, 2009
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  3. Monty060609

    Monty060609 Member

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    Thanks!
    I guess the boys at work are going to get a new favorite co-worker. :) lol
     
    Nov 15, 2009
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  4. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

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    The first batch always seems to take a few minutes extra. After that, the stone is warmer and then mine tend to cook about right.
     
    Nov 15, 2009
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  5. pclinskie

    pclinskie Member Silver Member

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    i JUST THAT TO EVERYONE AT MY SHOW TODAY. FIRST BATCH OF COOKIES TAKE 12-15 MINUTES RATHTER THAN 10-12 THE REST WILL BE 10-12
     
    Nov 15, 2009
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