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post #46 of 54
Hi bec im juz confused cuz its got 150g(1cup) of plain flour?? Pls help!!!
post #47 of 54
1 cup of flour weighs 150 grams on a scale.
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post #48 of 54
Thank u so much.... i cant wait to make the cake...icon_biggrin.gif ♥♥♥
post #49 of 54
Oh I'm going to try this one I love a good mud cake thanks for the post x
post #50 of 54
Does anyone know if this could be converted for a 6 x 3 inch pan? And could it hold up under fondant/decorating do you think? Thanks a lot
post #51 of 54
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Does anyone know if this could be converted for a 6 x 3 inch pan? And could it hold up under fondant/decorating do you think? Thanks a lot


Do you mean a 6 inch round tin that's 3 inches tall?

 

The recipe given is for a 9 inch tin - to be honest, I'd just make the whole recipe and use the leftovers for cupcakes.

 

You could halve the recipe if you wanted to, and there would probably be enough.

post #52 of 54

Hi, thanks for getting back to me, I'm going to try & use it as a small tier of my first wedding cake [if the recipe seems to work out for a 6 inch pan]. Thanks again

post #53 of 54

Sorry, yes I did mean 6 x 3 inches high by the way!

post #54 of 54

A 9 inch round has a volume of about 191 cubic inches.

 

A 6 inch round has a volume of about 85 cubic inches.

 

So I would think that half a recipe for a 9 inch tin would be enough for a 6 inch tin.

 

I'd be trying out the recipe before using it for a wedding cake, though.

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