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Cakes Conventional Method
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Characteristics of  Conventional Cakes   The volume doubles with baking.  The air cells small and evenly     distributed without tunnels.   The cake is very tender, extremely     easy to cut, bite, and chew.
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Recipe Cake Flour 3 C     Baking Powder  3 t Salt  ½  tsp   Sugar 1  ½  C Milk 1 C Fat  ½  C Eggs 2   Flavoring 1 tsp    (1 tsp)
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1. Preheat the oven to  350ºF (175ºC).  2. Measure ingredients  accurately. 3. Choose correct size  pan (not too small and  not too big) 4. Line bottom of the  cake pan with  parchment paper or  wax paper cut to fit  exactly.  
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1. Lightly grease the paper for  easy removal. 6. Sprinkle about 1/2  tablespoon of flour over the  greased surface, tilting and  tapping the pan so flour is  evenly distributed over the  surface. Flouring the  surface of the pan will  reduce sticking. 
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7.Sift the cake flour and spoon it 
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