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Old 10-14-2015, 11:22 AM
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Default How does a dump cake work?

I mean, what is the chemistry behind it - how is it not a flop, without mixing?

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Default Re: How does a dump cake work?

typically it's layers of stuff, wet&dry.

the dry stuff is typically a mix - i.e. flour/fats/sugar/leavening already combined

moisture from the baking "wets" the dry mix . . .

thousands of recipes and variants - difficult to make one single 'generalization'
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Oh .... OK

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