Whack it pretty hard might do the trick
Try to cut around the edges of the cake and THEN wack it really hard... if that doesnt work try cutting it into slices and THEN wacking it really hard!
It happened to me once. Luckily it was a rich butter cake which was greasy enough to be removed by loosening it on the sides with a knife.
Do not panic all you do is take a butter knife and run it around the edges of the cake the gently take a spatula and slide it underneath the cake and lift gently.
A cakepan is a dish or mould used for baking a cake.
You need to grease the cake tin because otherwise the cake will stick to the tin and you wont be able to remove it whole.
The cake will not rise properly.
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No it's nonstick!
Cooking oil or butter.
put some vanilla in it!
You suck at cooking idiot and you forgot the pickles
Line with greaseproof paper and grease and lightly flour it.
if u grease and flour a cake pan the cake wont stick to it...i have done this on many occasions and the cake has fallen out everytime without sticking
Yes, both for getting a cake out of the pan and so it will rise evenly and not be pulled down on the sides.
Yes, any stoneware cake pan should be greased before baking a cake.
a teaspoon, cover the inside of tin, and then grease round with flour, then it doesnt stick :D
I'm sure whoever ate the cake will survive the experience, but I doubt the resulting cake would have had the correct texture.
It will not rise.
Cake isn't all that good for you. So the correct answers would be no. Not even one piece of cake. cake is made of fattening and grease. Half or no half the answer would ale ays be no.
yes, more liquid might need to be added to the recipe but instead of rolling out the dough grease a cake pan and pour the donut batter into the cake pan.
because it makes it stick to the pan
A witch cakeis when i forgot someone who feeds it to the family's dog and they believd that when the dog eats the cake he can tell who's a witch or not.
A springform is a cake pan, it just makes it easier to take out. Grease and flour as you would a regular pan.
You can grease a cake pan with butter, margarine, shortening, lard, vegetable oil, or vegetable oil aerosol spray. One economical trick is to save the foil wrapper on butter and margarine; these are excellent greasing tools. An alternative to greasing a cake pan is to line the pan with parchment paper, or to use silicon cake pans that are non-stick.
Line the pan with parchment paper to keep it from leaking; don't grease it, though, or your cake will deflate.