Removing Stubborn Cake

 When it comes to baking cakes, there are really occasions when you find it very difficult to remove a stubborn cake form the tin or the pan. In this regard, there are some methods of removing stubborn cake from the pan without destroying its form. You might be able to remove a stubborn cake if you freeze the cake in the tin, consider adding a little water before freezing it. This way, you can slide it out the tin after melting the sides of the pan.

If you wait too long before removing the cake layers from the pans, then the more likely it will be hard to remove. Try waiting for only five minutes to give time for the cake to firm u a bit and lessening the chance of it breaking. Other points that you have to consider when removing cake from the pan or tin is using solid vegetable shortening for greasing the pans.  This works better compared to using oil.  Another thing is, make sure that you coat the pans with an even, good layer of flour and shortening. Missing some spots may cause sticking.

You can also use commercial spray-on products that have both flour and oil in most grocery stores. They usually provide an easy-releasing cake. Moreover, you can also use non-stick pans, but when you use them for baking sweet goods, they should be floured and greased.

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