What makes a bundt cake different?
The main difference between Bundt cake and regular cake has less to do with the ingredients than with the pan itself. Simply put, the most essential element of a Bundt cake is its shape. A cake that is baked in a Bundt pan has a doughnut-like shape, meaning there is a large hole in the middle.
What can I do with lots of fresh oranges?
8 Ways to Use Oranges
- Salad. Oranges are fantastic in winter salads.
- Punch. To use up lots of oranges at once, make a cinnamon-spiced citrus punch.
- Orange beef.
- Chicken marinade.
- Simple dessert.
Why is Bundt cake so moist?
Pound cake batter has a lot more moisture than a standard cake batter due to all the butter, milk and eggs. The bundt pan allows more of the cake to be in contact with the edges of the pan, and therefore the heat is transferred more evenly.
Why is my Bundt cake so dense?
There’s a big chance your butter and sugar will over-cream, meaning the butter will trap more air than it should. As the batter bakes, that extra air will deflate and leave you with an overly dense cake. It’s all science!
Can I use orange juice instead of milk in a cake?
Any liquid can be substituted for the milk in a recipe with a 1:1 ratio. Choose the best liquid for your recipe: Is your recipe sweet or savory? You may choose between a fruit juice, water or broth, depending on if your recipe’s flavors.
Why do they call it a Bundt cake?
“Bundt” is a word invented and trademarked by Dave Dalquist, the pan’s designer. The name was derived from the German word bundkuchen, meaning “a cake for a gathering.” Dalquist added the ‘T’ so he could trademark the name.
What do you do with orange zest?
It’s great in a glaze to top baked goods like Coffee Cake Muffins. Add it into a sweet treat like Orange Kettle Corn (perfect for Halloween btw) or Orange Curd. Savory Recipes. The citrus flavor from orange zest is great with meat.
Can you use PAM to grease a Bundt pan?
Start by using a small amount of room temperature butter or shortening. Using your fingertips, spread a thin layer of the butter throughout the bottom and sides of the pan. Be sure to cover all inside surfaces of the cake or muffin pan. If you prefer, use a baking spray such as Pam.