Simple as that. I am seeing it in some of the forums but can't figure out what it is??? Someone help me. Thanks!
WASC is the abbreviated form of White Almond Sour Cream.
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Here is the kakleadi's recipe. It's soooooo yummy! And I don't like white cake (=
The *Original* WASC cake recipe by Kakeladi:
1 pkg white cake mix (I prefere Betty Crocker)
1 cup all purpose flour *see note at end
1 cup granulated sugar
generous dash of salt *see note at end
3 whole eggs
1 cup water
1 cup sour cream
2 teaspons almond flavoring *see note at end
In a bowl, mix together cake mix, flour, sugar, salt.
Stir well w/a wire whip.
In KA mixer bowl, place eggs, water, sour cream & flavoring.
Add about 1/2 the dry ingredients, stir on low about 30 seconds; add remaining dry ingredients; stir on low another 30 seconds. Beat on med (about #4) for 2 minutes.
Prepare any size/shape pan(s) that will hold the batter of 1 1/2 mixes ie: 12x2" round or 2/8" rounds; or 9x13 etc.
Bake as usual.
*NOTES: I usually forget the salt Some people tell me they use cake flour - if so use 3/4 Cup.
Any cake flavor or brand can be used in this recipe. Flavoring should be matched to cake flavor ie: lemon flavoring if lemon cake; vanilla for most others or if you really can't stand almond. You can increase or decrease amount of flavoring to taste.
Great cake for carving.
Thank you Thank you!
I did try to search but could only find WASC used in sentences but with no reference as to what the abbreviation was for.
So thank you all for answering my question, I am going to try the recipe since so many seem to rave about it.