Is anyone out there familiar w/this recipe? I want to try it b/c it sounds delicious but have a question about the 1 cup of melted butter. Does this mean 2 sticks of butter (which equals 1 cup), melted? Hoping someone knows this.
Yes. I just posted about it last week. I was wondering if I read that correctly!
Two sticks=1 cup of butter.
So, are you saying YES that 2 sticks of butter is correct?
yes, that's the same thing
What recipe are you talking about? You have me interested.
It's the super enhanced cake formula recipe and you can do a search on this site and it will come up. The directions call for 1 cup of melted butter but I wasn't sure if that meant 2 sticks of butter, melted or do you melt enough butter to equal 1 cup. Confusing. Kind of like 1 cup of sifted flour or a cup of flour, sifted. LOL!
It does say:
1 cup melted butter
1 cup of butter, melted
So I think (if the poster of the recipe didn't mess up here) that you melt enough butter to measure exactly 1 cup of liquid.
Hope it comes out OK for you. I haven't made the recipe.
The person who responded to my post the other week said she uses two sticks of butter.
I've made this recipe and used 2 sticks of butter then melted, it comes out just fine.
I've used this recipe quite a few times and everyone that has eaten it gives it rave reviews....only thing I do different is lower the temp to 315 and its something I always do with every recipe.
I'm the one that replied to Annie too I was trying to see if she ever used this recipe and how it came out
I wonder if that is why ppl are mixed on reviews with this recipe. maybe some are using the 2 sticks and some are using the one cup melted