I baked a cake from a Kraftfoods.com magazine...a really neat website.
I decided to bake Gram's best brown sugar cake. I read somewhere, that you are suppose to bake a cake on the middle rack? That is not too close to the bottom or top rack. Do you know anything about this. Pies or my thing, but I would love to bake better cakes. Your input would be appreciated. If you bake recipes from Krafts...I'd love to hear back from you.
Answer by ohwrite at 9:55 PM on Sep. 23, 2009
Cakes, Pies, etc.
If baking items in pans with sides, stagger pans so one pan is not directly over another pan. For multiple-rack baking, it may be necessary to remove the pan on the bottom and/or top rack 1-3 minutes before the middle rack to prevent overbrowning.
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