Chris449842 Posted 20 Jan 2013 , 9:06pm
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I have a 9.8" square silicone mold would any of you lovely people have a maderia mix for this, i do have a 10" round recipe can i use that? Or it may be an 8" round recipe?

Thank you xx

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Chris449842 Posted 21 Jan 2013 , 10:17pm
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Anyone? Have googled but would rather try a recipe from here, as last time i tried a recipe from google it was absolutely awful.

denetteb Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 5:15am
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If you type.......madeira cake recipe cake central.......into google several cake central threads come up talking about madeira recipes and cakes.
 

Chris449842 Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 12:01pm
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If you type.......madeira cake recipe cake central.......into google several cake central threads come up talking about madeira recipes and cakes.
 


Ok will try again, thank you xx

yortma Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 1:37pm
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Your square pan is 96 sq inches.  A 10" round is 78.5  sq inches.  If your recipe is for 2 10" round layers,  It will fill the square pan once with enough leftover for cupcakes or a single 8" layer.  If your recipe fills a 10" pan once, make the recipe 1 1/2 times for a single layer in the square pan.  It will make a slightly taller layer, or make a few  cupcakes with the excess.     If your recipe is for a single 8" layer, double it for the square pan.  If your recipe is for 2 8" layers,  (each is 50" sq) that will be exactly what you need for a single square layer.  HTH

Chris449842 Posted 22 Jan 2013 , 2:12pm
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Your square pan is 96 sq inches.  A 10" round is 78.5  sq inches.  If your recipe is for 2 10" round layers,  It will fill the square pan once with enough leftover for cupcakes or a single 8" layer.  If your recipe fills a 10" pan once, make the recipe 1 1/2 times for a single layer in the square pan.  It will make a slightly taller layer, or make a few  cupcakes with the excess.     If your recipe is for a single 8" layer, double it for the square pan.  If your recipe is for 2 8" layers,  (each is 50" sq) that will be exactly what you need for a single square layer.  HTH


Thats great, thank you, yes my recipe is for a 10" round, so will 1 and 1/2 the recipe, as i want to make 1 full square, then cut it in half to fill, thank you xxx

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