Yes u can add lemon curd to SMBC
thank you @icer101, I'll try it soon.
You r welcome
Ok are you saying you used juice and zest from 4 lemons ? MBALASKA? Which is the last ingredients
@icer101 I followed the recipe exactly the first time I made it.
The second time I bought a zester tool and that was really helpful. I zested 2 lemons and put in the batter, boy was that a lovely fragrance!!
then squeezed juice from 4 lemons into the measuring cup and added water to get to the 1 & 1/3 cup total liquid.
(I don't have the recipe in front of me - so whatever the amount was). The lemons made so much juice that I didn't want to put the full amount of water & the additional lemon juice in the batter and make it runny. It bake up wonderfully and bright and lemony and zippy flavored.
It is a habit of mine after all these decades to try out a recipe and make it several times more with alterations and modifications just to see what will happen. playing with food.
Gotcha ,I understand exactly what u r saying . I will try that next time . Delicious as is ,but i like trying other decorators ways too ! Thank you !
I forgot to say HEY KAKELADI!!
I have a question for those of you who tried the Cakepro lemon cake. I'm planing on making a lemon raspberry cake. My first thought was to use the wasc recipe with a white or vanilla cake and then swirl in some raspberry jam or pie filling. Then fill the cake with lemon curd (or lemon pie filling) and vanilla smbc. Now I'm wondering if I should use that lemon cake recipe. If so, would the raspberry swirls works in it?
other than a small coffee cake type of recipe, I've never swirled a wet jam type ingredients into cake batter. I've torted & filled lots of cakes with fruit spreads, but not put it in the batter...…….
I have read a few post here about it. It looks like some people are doing it with succes. Idk
Oh yes! Jam/curd/etc certainly can be added to the *original* WASC recipe. I have made many like that. Swirl either Henry & Henry's sleeved raspberry filling or Smucker's "Simply fruit" jam or anything similar into the batter and bake as usual.