I need a vanilla cake recipe which has fine crumbs with moist dense texture and can hold up to multiple layers. Suggestions?
This is what I use
Thanks. Will try tomorrow
I've been collecting vanilla cake recipes for a while now. Last month I baked like 5 different vanilla recipes. Each had subtle differences of taste and texture. I gave them to my family to taste and note their comments. Sometimes there's not just one perfect cake but you could imagine the different cakes being better with one flavor of buttercream as opposed to another. There is no substitute for trial and error. One person's go to is another's "that's gross".
I can say if you want a fine crumb and dense texture find a recipe that uses reverse creaming.
What is that?
It's here you cream the butter with the dry ingredients (sugar, flour, leavening, salt) until you get a sandy texture and then you add the milk and eggs.
Thank you. I looked it up.