Each type of cake has a different technique. Filled or topped cakes should be put in tupperware before putting them in the refrigerator. When it comes to pastry cream (whipped cream or other), take care to prepare the container. Then put it in the lower compartment of your refrigerator. – For cakes without cream, already started or not, are to be covered with slices of bread to keep for several days their softness. The bread will dry in place of the cake dough. For the trick to work, prick slices of bread with toothpicks.
To properly preserve cakes and all kinds of pastries, it is very important to put them in an airtight box to prevent any interaction with the air. The contact with the air accelerates the alteration of the taste and the consistency. Put them in a tupperware. With the cake display refrigerator you can have deals essential.
You can also place your cakes in the refrigerator, making sure they are wrapped in aluminum foil. This technique is ideal for cakes with pastry cream.
Grandma’s Remedy:She had been told that placing an apple under a cake bell or in the cake container will help the cake to keep it soft. Thus, you make them a better conservation, from 3 to 5 days.
Always have the reflex to place the rest of your cakes and pastries in a hermetic tupperware container. The traditional cardboard box is not enough for good conservation.
Wrap your cakes in aluminum foil to keep them in the freezer for several weeks. In the case of pastries already started, we advise you to cover the plate with a film of food and direction the refrigerator. The shelf life then varies from one to two weeks.
The conservation of cakes requires a glass container. Transparent glass will allow you to keep an eye on your pastry. Avoid placing strong smelling foods near the container. The freshness of the cake should be your priority. Note that opening the lid from time to time will decrease the shelf life.
Cold slows the growth of mold and bacteria, but only for a time. Here are some indications to find you there. Values are indicative because the freshness of the product at purchase also plays. If you want to consume food well beyond the recommended shelf life, freezing is appropriate.
- All commodities must be well insulated from one another, so wrapped in food film or enclosed in boxes. Once filmed, raw meat and fish should also be placed on a plate to avoid any dripping on other foods.
- After opening, fresh products such as hams or cheeses should be stored in a plastic box or wrapped in cling film. An open tin can (tomatoes, coconut milk, green vegetables, fruits in syrup) cannot be stored either: the remains have to be transferred to a container.Leave space between the foodstuffs for the air to circulate.Eggs should not be washed before they are stored, they may become porous.