whats the best way to avoid a soggy bottom .......?

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  • whats the best way to avoid a soggy bottom .......?


Answer #1 | 14/01 2014 12:44
Let it cool first and then remove it from the pan, but before you take it out make sure it is cooked through using a skewer. If it comes out clean then the cake is cooked Dune
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Answer #2 | 14/01 2014 10:35
When it's cool, depan.
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Answer #3 | 15/01 2014 11:56
Soggy bottom? You normally get these when you're doing anything in a pastry case, but with a cake? Line the cake tin with grease proof baking paper. At the finish of baking time, remove tin from oven and tip tin upside down carefully, peel away the edge of the greaseproof, and the base is dry and springs back when you touch it, its cooked. If not put back into the oven for a little longer. Also when its finished cooking tip out and remove paper and let it stand to cool on a wire cooling rack, this will ensure that the air gets to the bottom.
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Answer #4 | 14/01 2014 12:28
Make sure there's no leaks in your canoe? Oh, on a cake. Get 'er outa the pan after about ten minutes and let it finish cooling on a rack.
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Answer #5 | 14/01 2014 17:45
Don't use Teflon pans as they tend to cause that.
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