What pans do you use for this recipe?
You can use this the same as any other cake recipe 2- 8”x2”, 1- 9”x13”x2”. Thank you for asking. If you have any other questions please write. Thank you Chet
Howdy folks, I don't get invoved with the grams, ml give me lbs, cups, tbs, tsp.... don't have a scale...and probably most readers of this site don't either.. Aloha, Bob
Hi Bob Thanks for the question. I like grams better as they are whole numbers. Fractions of an ounce and tenths of an ounce or pound are just too much math for me. This is as close as I can convert them; flour 12 ¾ oz., sugar 10 ½ oz., shorting 2 ½ oz., cocoa ¼ oz., salt 1/8 oz. and soda 1/8 oz.. Hope this helps you. If you have any more questions, please write. Thank you Chet
hi! i am planning on starting a cake business. please i dont understand what u mean by veg. shorting, buttermilk (is it powdered milk?) can i use any vinegar instead of apple cider vinegar? thanks
Y en estas recetas no hay fotos?????
I greatly appreciate the weights! I don't use measuring cups - I weigh out all my indgredients! You have just saved the trouble of converting... you are the greatest!!
Hi Zimzima, Veg. shortening is a solid vegetable fat (like Crisco), not from animal fats (like lard). The powdered buttermilk is dehydrated buttermilk, not powdered milk, yes you can use any vinegar but remember that any strong flavored vinegar like red wine vinegar will impart its taste to the cake, this is why I like to use cider vinegar. Thank you Chet
Sorry All I did not think to take pictures. Thank you Chet
Hello! I was just wondering if the recipe calls for 3/4 cup of butter or 3/4 of a stick of butter. Thanks!
Hi Cassie That is 3/4 of a stick of butter or 6 tablespoons. thank you Chet
Hi do you have a weight in grams for the butter please? I`m from the uk and get really confused about sticks/cups : / Thank you x
Lovely tasting cake but mine didn't turn out red at all!
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