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CAKE-Making FAULTS. Close texture. Too much liquid Insufficient raising agent Treacle or syrup Eggs and sugar not beaten enough Too little creaming of fat and sugar Too heavy handling of dough Fold flour using a metal spoon Over stirring of flour Not enough liquid

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close texture
Close texture
  • Too much liquid Insufficient raising agent
  • Treacle or syrup
  • Eggs and sugar not beaten enough
  • Too little creaming of fat and sugar
  • Too heavy handling of dough Fold flour using a

metal spoon

  • Over stirring of flour Not enough liquid
  • Curdling of creamed mixture Oven toocool
uneven dry crumbly texture
Uneven, Dry, Crumbly texture
  • Over-stirring or uneven mixing Insufficient beating
  • Too much raising agent
  • Baked for too long in too slow oven
  • Insufficient liquid
cracking
Cracking
  • Too hot an oven Insufficient kneading or badly done
  • Baked in too high a shelf in oven
  • Too stiff a mixture Badly handled when transferred to baking sheet
  • Too hot an oven
  • Too small a tin
  • Baked on too high a shelf in oven
fruit sinks
Fruit sinks
  • If washed, fruit must be dried in

a low oven spread out on trays

  • Sticky glace cherries–wash off

syrup and toss in flour

  • Mixture must be quite stiff to hold flour
  • Using self-raisingflour instead of plain flour
cake sinks
Cake sinks
  • Too soft a mixture Too much raising agent
  • Too much sugar
  • Too much raising agent
  • Too cool an oven so centre of cake doesn't rise
  • Too hot an oven when cake is removed before it is cooked
  • Too short a cooking time
dry fruit cake burnt fruit on outside
Dry fruit cake, Burnt fruit on outside
  • Too high a temperature
  • Greaseproof paper should be placed over surface if browning too quickly
  • Baking at too high a temperature Too much raising agent
  • Too stiff a mixture
undercooked on top burned underneath
Undercooked on top, burned underneath
  • Baking sheet too large for oven, no circulation of air. Needs to be a gap of

5 cm between sides of shelf and baking sheet.

small volume with bound appearance
small volume with bound appearance
  • Insufficient beating of the batter.
  • Insufficient sugar used in the recipe.
  • Insufficient baking powder used in the recipe.Such cakes will have a close crumb structure and be tough to eat
mrs dhara gote

Mrs. DHARA GOTE

THANK YOU……………