Want to learn how to bake biscuits that will not stick to the form?
When I first started his career confectioner, I learned a lot and attended thematic workshops. At one of these events in the program was a theme that surprised me.
The program was listed "How and when to use the French shirt». Agree, this theme looks very strange when you're going on a master class in cooking sponge cakes.
It's been more than three years since I became a pastry chef. I always use the French shirt, baking biscuitsAnd first acquaintance with her I remember with a smile.
French shirt - this, of course, the name of the figurative, Its origin is not known. But there is a legend that, in my opinion, it is the place to be. Imagine the French of Louis. The French then washed very rarely.
It was believed that water penetrates into the body brings with any disease. To smell good, the French "poured" herself aromatic oils, and not to be sticky - sprinkled with sugar.
French do not like to think about that right now "dirty" era, but by the French shirt still enjoy.
Let us tell you what kind of shirt and what it is used by bakers.
French shirt - a method that allows you to bake biscuits in any form and not be afraid that they will burn and the extraction will stick to the bottom.
Make French shirt is very simple
Grease butter baking mold wall.
On top sprinkle with flour.
The mold is then pick up a uniform and flour distribute across the surface shape. So that the flour everywhere lay thinly and evenly.
The bottom of the circular shapes can additionally put the baking paper.
P.S. Of course, such a method has been known to our grandparents. But, thanks to non-stick forms, began to forget about it. So do not rush to throw out the old forms, simply use the French shirt.
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