i don't usually have self rising cake flour on hand. can you suggest a substitute for that please? really appreciate it. thanks.
Can you tell me if this cake is dense? Also can I use regular flour instead of self rising?
THIS IS THE RECIPE FOR MAKING SELF RISING FLOUR Ingredients * 1 cup all-purpose flour * 1/2 teaspoon salt * 1 1/2 teaspoons baking powder Directions 1. Stir or sift together the flour, salt, and baking powder. Presto, you've got self-rising flour!
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I have to make an eggless cake for a customer on her wedding. do u think this recipe will work for me and my reputation? the 3 cakes will be on 3 cake stands. biggest cake is 12 inches? do u think this recipe can be used for 12 inch cake?
hi could you use this reciepe for cupcakes thanks
is it 1 and a half cups sugar seemed alot when i made it thanks
Tried this recipe today, and it came out great, and I think it tastes pretty good too. I made a couple small rounds, plus cupcakes. I just used Softsilk cake flour, without adding anything to it.
When I added the evaporated milk to the butter/sugar mixture, it looked curdled. Is that normal? The ingredients were all at room temperature.
A lot of my customers have been requesting egg free cake and I would like to try out your recipe. I am in the uk, we use oz or grams, can you please tell me the measurement for the 2/3 cup butter and 1 12 cup sugar in oz or grams? Thank you.
I have a similar recipe that uses condensed milk but it always sinks in the middle and browns really quickly, no matter where the cake is placed and whatever temperature it is baked at. I will give this one a try.
I tried this recipe adn it tastes really good, but mine didnt' rise. I used robin hood cake and pastry flour I thought it would be self-rising. Also I didnt' even see any other kind at the stores (I'm in Canada). Did I do soemthing wrong or should I try soemthing different?
Also when does the vanilla go in?
now i've used self rising cake and still found that it doesn't rise well...anyone else have this problem??
PLease plaese can someone tell me what size tin this is for??? i need a recipe for a 12" wedding cake.
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