Baking Old Fashioned Gingerbread : Bakeware & Supplies for Baking Gingerbread


Uploaded by expertvillage on 22.01.2008

Transcript:
My name is Brandon Sarkis on behalf of Expert Village. Today I'm going to show you how to
make Gingerbread. Okay, let's see, the first thing you're going to need for this is, I
need a table top mixer, I recommend something full size, hand mixers don't mix nearly as
well, and you're going to need wire whip attachment which may or may not look like this one so.
Something that looks kind of like this would work. You're going to need a spatula, ever
so handy. Let's see, next thing, measuring cup, something like the two cup range maybe
bigger. Measuring spoons to go along with said measuring cup, goes back here and a towel
as always, got to have a towel. This is a non-stick rolling pin it's a little different
from your regular rolling pin, it's coated in Teflon. It works really well when dealing
with cold cookie doughs, warm cookie dough sticks just as much as a regular ones though.
But since this is going to be a cold cookie dough, this should work just fine. These are
actually pretty neat. We're going to use it to roll out the cookie dough and nice and
thin on the sheet. Of course we're also going to need a baking sheet. This one's actually
a non-stick sheet. It doesn't have to be but it just makes things easier to deal with and
we needed something the cookie dough would fit onto as you roll it out. Also, I'd recommend
grabbing a bowl, something about the size of this to put your dough in in the fridge
and also a three hundred and fifty degree Fahrenheit oven would be very, very handy
for these cookies.