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sponge cake success

Post  JohnB on 23.04.11 8:29

I use the Delia all in one method for sponge cakes plus a tablespoon of hot water (a tip given to me by a cake maker), spoon the mixture in to two 8 inch sponge tins. I then place a tin on the lower rack of my JML HO and use the upper rack covered in foil to stop the cake from burning. Time it for 30 to 35 minutes at 170 degrees (175 to finish it off if the its not fully cooked inside). I find the results to be a golden sponge cake, light and fluffy. My only gripe is that I can't bake two at a time. So far I've cooked 3 sponge cakes using this method and they all are perfect.


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Re: sponge cake success

Post  Admin on 23.04.11 15:33

Thank you for sharing this info John.

Let's hope it will encourage other members to use their halogen oven for baking cakes.

1 question: did you use your extender ring for this cake?


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Post  JohnB on 24.04.11 7:44

Hi Reeta

No extender ring as it is currently winging its way to me by Royal Mail. Looking forward to trying it out. Hopefully it will make life easier. My next project is game pie! Will have to blind bake the pastry though first.

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Post  Admin on 24.04.11 20:29

Thank you John.
I have included your Sponge Cake recipe in the AtoZ Recipes section to make it easy for members to find.

I look forward to your game pie recipe feedme

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Post  cooka on 27.04.11 6:07

Hi JohnB
Am very interested in your 'Delia' sponge cake recipe, but cannot find it logged in the A-Z recipes area. I presume it is a Delia Smith recipe, but I'm in Australia and don't have any of her books! Can you pls log the recipe for me?
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Post  Admin on 27.04.11 22:50

Hi Cooka,
I have posted the instructions for - Delia all-in-one sponge cake recipe in the A to Z, under C for cakes.

Please check your emails as well


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first go with my HO

Post  GailB on 06.05.11 15:50

Just tried your sponge cake, excellent although I found it was cooking a little too fast so I turned it down to 150. I also forgot the hot water but it looks lovely, thank you.

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Post  junie on 07.05.11 10:01

Thanks for letting us know, Gail.

I'm glad your first 'go' was a success for you. chef

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