OK, I have a 12" round WASC layer. Used a heating core. Oven must be "off", so I find out the layer is gummy and not fully cooked - AFTER I lop off the top off to level it.
Can I microwave it to finish baking it? Any ideas for how long?
Sorry I don't think that will rectify it. Is the layer gummy all the way through or just on the top.
I tried WASC a couple of times and each time it came out "gummy" "globby" "wet, not moist"........some people use it all the time without any issues, but for me it's not my thing.
Hi Deb -
It was gummy most of the way through, but on just one side of the heating core. I tried microwaving it, then stuck it back in the regular oven. I figured I would just slice off the top that would get crunchy from the heat. But then, the cake got stuck in the pan, so I ended up just tossing it and starting over.
No $$$$$ for me on this order!!!
Oh I'm so sorry this happened to you. I've read on here that some people bake the WASC at 325 degrees for a little longer then other recipes. It's a very dense cake so it needs that extra baking time.
Better luck today!
No I will not microwave it.