My Most Moist Cake Ever Baking Tips!

Baking By cakesdivine Updated 4 Dec 2016 , 10:45am by marieajarin

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cakesdivine Posted 17 Jun 2009 , 7:56pm
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I disagree, I won't torte them unless they are slightly frozen. To me if fully defrosted they are too moist to manhandle and you run the risk of having to puzzle piece the cake after each filling instead of taking a whole solid torted layer and putting it in place. Use a very sharp long serrated knife to torte with or an Agbay. Agbay will go through the slightly frozen cake quite easily. Wilton levelers will not work!

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CakeandDazzle Posted 18 Jun 2009 , 2:31am
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Originally Posted by cakesdivine

I disagree, I won't torte them unless they are slightly frozen. To me if fully defrosted they are too moist to manhandle and you run the risk of having to puzzle piece the cake after each filling instead of taking a whole solid torted layer and putting it in place. Use a very sharp long serrated knife to torte with or an Agbay. Agbay will go through the slightly frozen cake quite easily. Wilton levelers will not work!




yeah maybe thats my problem.... i have the wilton... it is pretty hard to do it when fully defrosted but even harded frozen and i cant cut straight with a knife to save my life... maybe ill invest!

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marieajarin Posted 4 Dec 2016 , 10:45am
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It's great ! Thanks for sharing.

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