How To Make Sure 14" Cake Is Well Cooked

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Noe2 Posted 10 Sep 2014 , 12:12am
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Hi! I'm making a round 14' cake and wanted to find out what I can do to make sure it cooks all the way. I don't want it to not cook in the middle. Any tips? Thanks:-)

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Pastrybaglady Posted 10 Sep 2014 , 12:25am
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AA few greased flower nails upside down spaced evenly towards the middle of the pan with the batter poured around them will promote even baking.

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Noe2 Posted 10 Sep 2014 , 12:34am
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perfect! Thank you so much. That is what I do when I bake the 12" but i only use one. So maybe use 2 or 3 for a 14"?

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yortma Posted 10 Sep 2014 , 1:41am
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I would use 3 flower nails (or the Ateco heat core nails)  for a 14" cake - in a triangle configuration equally spaced out as much as possible.  I also  use  bake even strips around the outside of the pan so the outside edge doesn't cook too fast, and lower the  baking temperature.  HTH.  

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Noe2 Posted 10 Sep 2014 , 1:55am
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thank you so much for the tips:-D

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