Taking Cake Out Of The Pan.

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kaylawaylalayla Posted 28 Mar 2013 , 4:07am
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AThis is more of a "how do you?". So after your cakes are done baking when do you take them out of the pans? Does it depend on the recipe?

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kaylawaylalayla Posted 28 Mar 2013 , 5:58am
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AIm asking to see your personal preferences.

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Chellescakes Posted 28 Mar 2013 , 6:08am
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I mainly bake mudcakes , so unless I need the tin right away . I leave it in there for three days at least. 

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KathleenC Posted 28 Mar 2013 , 6:40am
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I cool the pans on a rack for 10-15 minutes, then turn the cakes out. I sometimes have to run a spatula around the outside of the cake, but otherwise they usually just drop out. Standard cake recipes (ie: not mud cake).

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vgcea Posted 28 Mar 2013 , 7:05am
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Totally depends on the recipe. Chocolate cakes, I find, are more fragile so I leave those in the pan much longer: 20 minutes to overnight-- if it's mud cake. Classic yellow cakes I leave for 5-10 minutes. 

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MimiFix Posted 28 Mar 2013 , 11:14am
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I use parchment papers and leave the cakes until they are cool. (But I never make mudcakes; this process is for butter cakes and sponge cakes.)

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kaylawaylalayla Posted 29 Mar 2013 , 7:09pm
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AWhat are mud cakes lol? And I am asking just about any cake that you make.

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kazita Posted 29 Mar 2013 , 7:36pm
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AI take my cakes out after about 15 minutes , I level the cake than place a cardboard cake round the same size as the cake than turn the cake onto the cake board I let it cool for a few more minutes than I wrap with cling wrap twice and right into the freezer it goes. I read on here that freezing your cake while still warm makes your cakes moist so far I find this to be true.

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kazita Posted 29 Mar 2013 , 7:42pm
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Acakecentral.com/t/747472/what-is-mud-cake-exactly

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kaylawaylalayla Posted 2 Apr 2013 , 2:09am
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thankyou

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kazita Posted 2 Apr 2013 , 7:15am
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ADon't know why I posted that link in my last post it really doesn't pertain to the question asked. Sorry my bad

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kazita Posted 2 Apr 2013 , 7:51am
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AThis article describes how to turn your cakes out and how to grease a pan successfully it also has lots of other tips.

http://tipnut.com/cake-baking-tips/

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AnnieCahill Posted 2 Apr 2013 , 1:15pm
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I only wait about 5 minutes or so.  Cupcakes I take out immediately since I use the foil liners and I think they retain more heat.

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kaylawaylalayla Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 1:58am
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the link was actually helpful, because i did not knwo what mud cakes are :). and now i do :P

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RedInLove Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 3:28am
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I was using grease and parchment paper, but then I started using Wilton's Cake Release and it works very well. It's the grease and flour combined in one bottle.

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kazita Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 3:41am
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the link was actually helpful, because i did not knwo what mud cakes are :). and now i do :P

You're sweet....and you are welcome. ;)

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kazita Posted 6 Apr 2013 , 3:47am
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I was using grease and parchment paper, but then I started using Wilton's Cake Release and it works very well. It's the grease and flour combined in one bottle.

I also use wiltons cake release , love it.

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