Strawberry Cake Filling

Decorating By Cgtweety Updated 14 Aug 2014 , 6:54pm by -K8memphis

Cgtweety Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 4:14pm
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AHi can someone please help me. I'm making a strawberry cake filling, and it wasn't thickening so I added corn starch but i added too much and i don't like the taste of it, can someone please tell me how to fix it. Do I keep adding more strawberries? If so won't that just make it liquid as I don't want it to seep thru the cake. Please help.

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-K8memphis Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 5:23pm
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Adepending on how much cornstarch you have in there -- what about if you cooked down a second batch -- whole or partial batch and instead of adding cornstarch, just add your first batch and cook it all up --

full disclosure -- I can't remember ever doing this myself but it's a definite maybe to possibly fix your issue --

best to you

-K8memphis Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 5:25pm
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Ahonestly, if this was for a paying customer, I'd re-do the whole thing

Rfisher Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 6:09pm
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ALast case fix, before throwing it out: Over cooking cornstarch will thin it out. Worth a try.

Cgtweety Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 6:33pm
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AIts just a cake I'm baking for my daughter. I'll probably buy some more strawberries and redo it I was just hoping there was a way to fix it.

-K8memphis Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 6:38pm
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Ahow much cs did you use into what quantity of berries, and what are the other ingredients in there?

-K8memphis Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 6:41pm
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Ai mean you could add some applesauce or some beet juice that would help thin it -- do you have lemon juice in there -- that will help with the flavor-- agave, honey, even more sugar will loosen it up too

-K8memphis Posted 14 Aug 2014 , 6:54pm
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Abut you still need to melt down the thick batch and maybe bring it to a boil to incorporate the new ingredient and IT MIGHT work :)

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