Tonight I was measuring out the ingredients so I could rebake them. I was measuring the baking soda and measured out 9 tablespoons (triple recipe). After I got it measured and into the dry ingredients bowl I realized that I had read the measurement from the ingredient on the next line and I should have used 3 tablespoons (I thought) instead. I removed 5 tablespoons of the baking soda and figured I would be okay with the 4 tablespoons left because I wanted to add extra anyway because when I did the test run I added 1/2 tsp extra. After I mixed the dry ingredients together I noticed that the measure should have been teaspoons and not tablespoons.
Is there any way to save this without having to add more ingredients to make up the difference? What will happen if I just continue with the way it is? Will it rise to much and cause problems. This will be the top tier of a topsy turvy cake.
Thanks in advance.