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Honey Cake Woes

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Honey Cake Woes

Post  beekeeper on 28.10.12 17:56

As a new user I'm trying to get to grips with this new way of cooking. I'm trying to cook a honey cake and out of the oven it doesn't look right - sinking in the middle. I suspect too low a temperature. Here is the recipe, can you tell me what temperature you would use? I started off with 150 degrees.

200g SR four, 180g local Honey, 150g butter, 120g soft brown sugar,
1 tablespoon water and 2 beaten eggs.

Melt butter, sugar and honey. Cool, add water, eggs and flour.
Bake in a round tin not to exceed 20cm in a medium oven for approximately 40 minutes.

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Re: Honey Cake Woes

Post  ozziejude on 28.10.12 18:55

Hello and Welcome
I have found it hard to bake a cake in a round tin they do not seem to cook in the middle, you could try to use a ring tin, I cook my cakes in a loaf tin it seems to work better.
Hope this helps
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