When you are planning to bake a delicious pie or cake and are in the middle of collecting all the products and kitchen tools you need, you probably don’t think about picking up a hairdryer. Still, just to be sure, you’d better have a hairdryer nearby, because the beauty appliance can save your cake. We’ll explain why.
You’ve just bought your supplies and are ready to start, but when you’ve thrown everything together, your batter begins to curdle. No stress! Curdled batter can be caused by, for example, adding cold butter to batter that is at room temperature. Or it can happen when you don’t mix the batter well. At moments like these, it is best to go over the batter with a hairdryer. This way all ingredients reach the same temperature, allowing them to mix better. Who would have thought a hairdryer in the kitchen would come in handy?
But what if you accidentally get the hairdryer dirty? On the next page we’ll tell you how to clean the batter off.
Cleaning up afterwards
There is a good chance that your hairdryer will get a bit dirty after using it to bake your cake. What’s the best way to clean it? Removing the outside isn’t the hardest part. But how do you get to the grille with which the hairdryer takes in the air, for example? This part gets dirty very quickly so it is very important that you clean it well.
The best way to go about doing this is to use an old toothbrush and a toothpick or skewer. With the toothbrush you can brush away most of the dust and dirt on the grid. Then you can get started with the toothpick or skewer to scratch away the stubborn dirt. Can you loosen the grille of your hairdryer? That saves you some fiddling. Then clean the grille with a damp cloth and let it dry thoroughly before putting it back on your hairdryer. Now enjoy the cake!
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