Uneven-shaped cakes If your cake ends up an uneven shape, this could be because there is either too much liquid in the mixture or too much baking powder — or simply that the oven was not hot enough. Cracked cakes If your cake has cracks in it, this could be because there was not enough liquid in your mixture, or too much baking powder was added. Uneven-textured cakes If your cake has an uneven texture, the fat was either rubbed in too much or not enough. Tight cakes If your cake has a very close texture, then you may have added too much fat or your hands were too warm when rubbing in the flour. Disastrous fruit cakes If you find that the fruit in your cake sinks to the bottom, then this could be because either the fruit or the mixture was too wet, or because the oven was not hot enough.
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A pastry maker's work is never easy: given the fussiness of pastry , there is always something that can go wrong. Yet, pastry makers are some of life's finest artists, always striving to improve and produce amazing creations that taste great and look great. Soggy pastry is a common problem, but it can certainly be avoided through awareness of the cause and methods for prevention. To create this article, 10 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time. Together, they cited 5 references. This article has also been viewed 98, times. Categories: Featured Articles Pastries.
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New This Month. A good pumpkin bread is tender and plush inside but often falls victim to a soggy or gummy bottom. Watch as Thomas Joseph creates the ultimate pumpkin bread recipe and shows you just what to do to keep the loaf from getting soggy at the bottom.
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