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help in cake

Discussion in 'Recipe Central' started by kiranavvari, Mar 7, 2010.

  1. kiranavvari

    kiranavvari Gold IL'ite

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    Hello All,

    I was trying to bake cake. It came out kind of OK. When I taste it, I felt butter was more. I was using the same quantities given in this forum. I am using the cooking butter. Someone please help me what kind of butter should I use. And, can I give only half the quantity of butter, to that of plain flour.

    Thanks,
    kiran.
     
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  2. sabarimathi

    sabarimathi Gold IL'ite

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    hi kiran,

    i'm not an adept in baking cakesand hence i can't guide u. but in the same forum , u've a sub forum titled ask chitvish. do click on the link below to go thru' it.
    http://www.indusladies.com/forums/222758-post81.html.

    Also, first read the " cake lore " and " tips on baking cakes " topics before u actually venture into one. Good luck!

    And, that's how i learnt and i tried many of her cake , bun and bread recipes. She is a superb teacher on the net.
     
  3. Traveller

    Traveller Gold IL'ite

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    Kiran,

    if you can specify the recipe that you tried and exactly what you mean by 'butter was more' then may be i can try to help.

    latha
     
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    smitarubinsson Gold IL'ite

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    The usual thumb rule for baking cakes is equal quantities of sugar, egg, flour and butter, but may vary according to the receipe.
     

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