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Forgot to double the oil - Is this a problem?

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I doubled the following recipe from this site and forgot to double the oil before I put it in the oven. It baked fine, but I'm not sure how forgetting half the oil will affect it. Has anyone done this? Will it be o.k.?

 

http://cakecentral.com/recipe/durable-cake-for-3d-in-chocolate

post #2 of 5

i have often halved the oil (or reduced it more than that even) in a recipe with no problems--i never checked the recipe you made--i'm just saying i do it and no worries--might loose a touch of tenderness--but like you say you haven't noticed it--if you had omitted it altogether that could be a different story depending on the recipe

It is not what you teach that has the greatest impact, but what you tolerate ~ Shoemacher

 

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post #3 of 5
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Thank you for your quick response!:D

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you're very welcome

 

It is not what you teach that has the greatest impact, but what you tolerate ~ Shoemacher

 

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post #5 of 5

i totaly forgot the oil.  put thecakein the freezer and remembered the next day.  re-baked, then took the no oil cake out of the freezer to throw away.  my father decied to taste it and atethe whole cake.  he said it was great.

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