How do you bake two things in the oven at different temperatures?
Can I bake and cheesecake at the same time?
How do I cook multiple things in one oven?
Can you bake 2 things in the oven at the same time?
Can you cook fish and meat in the same oven?
What is the best oven setting for baking cookies?
Can you bake cookies on both oven racks?
How do I cook two things at different temperatures in the oven? If one dish calls for a roasting temp of 325F and another calls for 375F, you can meet in the middle and cook both at 350F. Most ovens are usually off by about 25 degrees, so both should be fine.
Yes, you can bake two cheesecakes at the same time. Place them on the same rack. Keep both of them as close to the middle of the oven. Leave about one inch of space between the two cake pans.
If one dish needs to be cooked at 350 degrees F and another at 400 degrees F, set the oven for 375. Most ovens are off by about 25 degrees anyway, so as long as it’s set around the required temperature, the dish will turn out fine. Arrange the dishes so there is enough space between them.
If one dish calls for a roasting temp of 325F and another calls for 375F, you can meet in the middle and cook both at 350F. Most ovens are usually off by about 25 degrees, so both should be fine. The exception is baked goods, which do require a specific temperature.
FISH AND MEAT ISSUES One may not bake uncovered fish at the same time as uncovered meat or in a fleishig oven that is not clean. However, one may bake fish (even if uncovered, with or without liquid) in a clean meat oven or with covered meat.
Cookie temperatures fluctuate, with some recipes as low as 300 degrees Fahrenheit, and a few as high as 425 degrees Fahrenheit, but most recipes land on 375 or 350 to evenly bake the entirety of the cookie.
The easiest way to bake more cookies at a time is to separate the trays onto the top and the bottom racks of the oven, and switch them halfway through the bake. According to Taste of Home, this is because most ovens’ heat comes from the bottom.