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    Question:Caramel- Pecan- Pound- Cake

    barbarawilliams
    Sat Feb 16, 2013 9:23 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Caramel Pecan Pound Cake

    I noticed in the directions that you did not mention sifting the flour before measuring. I always sift my flour (White Lily) three times before measuring. Please advise.

    Thanks,
    Barbara Lee

    Also, no preparation to the bundt pan for baking.
    Kerfuffle-Upon-Wincle
    Sat Feb 16, 2013 9:58 am
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    barbarawilliams wrote:
    Caramel Pecan Pound Cake

    I noticed in the directions that you did not mention sifting the flour before measuring. I always sift my flour (White Lily) three times before measuring. Please advise.

    Thanks,
    Barbara Lee

    Also, no preparation to the bundt pan for baking.


    If you'd like to contact the chef directly, please send her a message from her About Me page!

    I have not made this cake, but I do bake a lot! I've haven't sifted flour in years! I always fluff it up a bit in the canister, then lightly spoon into the cup for measuring ~ sift it if you usually do!

    Step 5 of the directions says to pour into a pre-greased and floured bundt pan or tube pan.

    Good luck!
    dunask
    Sat Feb 16, 2013 11:30 am
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    BARBRAWILLIAMS:
    Good morning. Barbra, You can sift all you wish but in this case YOU FIRST measure the flour (Approx 9, oz worth. Then if you wish ...sift.

    Barbra there are times when the recipe might state the following....
    2, cups flour "SIFTED" ..... here you do the aforementioned. You measure the flour & then you sift all you want.

    Barbra, When the recipe reads 2, cups of "SIFTED" flour you sift till you can measure out 2, cups of flour.

    You see Barbra, when flour is "SIFTED" it weighs LESS per cup than Un~Sifted flour.

    Barbra I hope I helped you understand somewhat on how to read a recipe. icon_question.gif

    Good luck & enjoy the rest of the weekend young lady.


    ~DUNASK. icon_razz.gif
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