(I always round up because you lose a little batter/dough here and there on the mixer paddle, and so on.). For baking cakes, brownies and other batter-y foods, find the area of the pan you want to use and compare it to the pan called for in the recipe. Determine the volume by multiplying the area by the height. Or you want to morph that eight-serving coffee cake into a 13×9 potluck favorite.

Figure FACTOR TO MAKE ENOUGH BATTER FOR TWO OF MY PANS:78.75 cubic inches for one of my pans plus78.75 cubic inches for the second of my pans (in order to make two loaves)=157.50 cubic inches for two loaves, 4.Divide the needed cubic inches by the original recipe’s cubic inches:157.50 (needed amount)135 cubic inches (original recipe) = 1.166=factor =1.2, 5. If there is a considerable difference in batter weight and pan there will be an adjustment. Measure the height, width and depth of the pan used in the original recipe. (BLOOD ORANGE GLAZE RECIPE CHART HERE) BLOOD ORANGE GLAZE, (I DID NOT CHANGE THE MEASUREMENTS FOR THE BLOOD ORANGE GLAZE, BECAUSE THE AMOUNT WAS SUFFICIENT FOR THE SMALLER CAKE SURFACES.). Adapted from “Bake from Scratch,” page 37, January/February 2019). Read our expert tips.). Keep room temperature, covered, for up to four days.

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Your email address will not be published. A sugary cake batter may overbrown on the outside by the time the inside tests done if you bake it in a loaf pan. I have a ZILLION, but not loaf pans that measure 9×5 inches. Alternatively, you can multiply any 11×7 recipe by 1.5 and turn it into a crowd-pleasing 13×9. To find it, simply divide the diameter of your round pan by 2.

This is the number used to increase each ingredient’s amount to yield enough batter for two of my pans.6. by Chef Susan Holtz | Jan 30, 2019 | Equipment, General, Uncategorized | 2 comments, (When the pan you have is different from the one in a recipe.). (about 600 grams per pan as figured on, Bake until golden brown and a wooden pick inserted in center comes out. So you want to make the ultimate layered carrot cake…for a party of four. Taste of Home is America's #1 cooking magazine. Divide your pan’s cubic inches by the cubic inches of the original recipe pan’s cubic inches. How do you adapt recipes for different baking pan sizes? Divide the batter evenly with smaller loaves in mind—how will this affect appearance.? (Need to know how to cut down a recipe? In a small bowl, whisk together until smooth Blood Orange Simple Syrup. Recently, I found myself with a sack of California blood oranges; And found in one of my current magazines, a recipe for Blood Orange Loaf Cake (Featured in.

Use the pan’s dimensions to calculate its area, which is described in square inches.