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Wednesday, July 30, 2008

A new cake tin to play with.


What fun. I adore trying out new things. Will it work well? Will it stick? Will it burn? Which recipe?
The tin was got at a local market and I really thought 'cos it wasn't a Wilton, that I would have all sorts of problems. I did. But it wasn't the tins fault but mine.
Not wanting to spend lotsa money on ingreds as I knew it would fail, I went to the supermarket and got 3 butter cake mixes (shock, horror) for 69c each,only. I put in some red food colouring and some strawberry flavouring, so as to have a pink rose when turned out.
Filled the tin to half way with the cake mix and put in oven. 10 minutes later, the cake was overflowing in the oven, down the centre funnel, through the shelves and on to the bottom of oven. Quick thinking saved the smoke alarm going off. I shoved a tray under the cake tin, and stood back and prayed. After taking battery out of smoke alarm.
This is the end result. A good looking cake that tastes delightful. And yes it was quite pink in the middle when cut.
Will I do it again? YES, but less mix in next time and I will try a choc cake mix and sprinkle gold dust on when cooked.

8 comments:

Laura @ Hungry and Frozen said...

That cake looks so beautiful! Lovely shape and I love the tinge of pink. A chocolate version sounds good too... :)

JillyB said...

Sal, that cake looks lovely and I love the pink centre too!

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

Wow! That looks beautiful, I have a rose cupcake tray and they're so pretty aren't they. I love the giant size version you have too.

Lucy said...

I love it! It's just beautiful and the flavor must be amazing.

Have you found the plates??? ;-)

Coby said...

That's thinking on your feet Hottie:) You deserved such a fabulous result:) it looks so eye catching - the idea of the chocolate flavouring with flecks of gold sounds incredible:D

Oh my! Apple pie! said...

I love those moulds, I really must buy one. Looks so pretty with the pink.

cakebrain said...

I LOVE cake pans! Your rose pan is gorgeous! Too bad about having to clean up the cake overflow, but your quick action sure saved a lot of work!

culinarytravelsofakitchengoddess said...

You have an award waiting on my blog. xxx