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angel food cake

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Hi everybody,
I have to make a 9" round angel food cake covered in fondant. Any suggestion how that cake holds the weight of fondant. Also any tips for better cake. Do I still need to put it upside down for two hours even its not in tube pan? Thanks
post #2 of 4
I've never done it, but I would guess that the weight of the fondant will crush it. Any batter cake would be better.
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post #3 of 4
I covered a choc chifon cake with fondant and it crushed. I think the same will happen with angel food.
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post #4 of 4
That cake will never hold any weight. You would be wasting your time. Unfortunately, it is a great tasting cake but it far too light to hold much of anything. Good luck.
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