Since the chocolate chips do not saturate the dough, you cannot count on them alone to give the cookie flavor. If the dough did not have something added, like the vanilla, they would turn out a little bit bland.
You cannot use vanilla essence instead of vanilla extract in a recipe. This is because vanilla essence is not the same things as vanilla extract.
That's kind of hard. You could try baking at a lower temperature, or for a shorter amount of time so the chips don't have time to fully melt. Otherwise, if possible, add the chips after the product is doen baking and has cooled off. You can't. The melting point of most chocolate is around 100 degrees fahrenheit. Baking cannot begin until over 200 degrees.
No you cannot
They are not. An inequality cannot, by definition, be the same as an equation.
You cannot use baking powder as a substitute for baking soda
You cannot use baking powder as a substitute for baking soda.
No, you cannot add vanilla extract to a cake after baking. It has to be added in with the cake batter to flavor the batter before baking. But if you forgot to add it, or if you just want to add a bit of extra flavor to your cake, you can add it to a simple syrup (one part water and one part sugar, then bring to a boil till sugar dissolves), then brush it on the cake layers while still warm. Then let cool completely before icing.
Chocolate has no nose and cannot smell.
No, you cannot, baking powder and baking soda are used for different purposes.
No, you cannot baking powder and baking soda are used for different purposes.