by hany

Hi, I recently made your moist choc. cake and the taste is awesome but it sank in the middle. It was a bag cake more than 10" the sides were perfect but the middle was still uncooked. How can I bake a large cake so it comes out moist all over cooked thru??
thanks. Hany


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Nov 18, 2009
Even Baking For Large Cakes
by: Anonymous

Hi Hany,

Here's a trick you can use when baking cakes 10" or larger:

1. Place a heating core in the center of the pan and fill with batter. This ensures even baking since the cake is baking from the sides and the middle.

2. Alternatively, remove the top and bottom from a small can (tomato paste can or similar), wash thoroughly and use in place of a heating core. Just fill the pan and place the clean, well greased can in the center and bake.

Voila! Evenly baked, large cakes.

Michelle (editor)

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