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Recipe needed for a fondant cake

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I have a 9.8" square silicone mold would any of you lovely people have a maderia mix for this, i do have a 10" round recipe can i use that? Or it may be an 8" round recipe?

Thank you xx

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Anyone? Have googled but would rather try a recipe from here, as last time i tried a recipe from google it was absolutely awful.

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If you type.......madeira cake recipe cake central.......into google several cake central threads come up talking about madeira recipes and cakes.
 

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If you type.......madeira cake recipe cake central.......into google several cake central threads come up talking about madeira recipes and cakes.
 


Ok will try again, thank you xx

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Your square pan is 96 sq inches.  A 10" round is 78.5  sq inches.  If your recipe is for 2 10" round layers,  It will fill the square pan once with enough leftover for cupcakes or a single 8" layer.  If your recipe fills a 10" pan once, make the recipe 1 1/2 times for a single layer in the square pan.  It will make a slightly taller layer, or make a few  cupcakes with the excess.     If your recipe is for a single 8" layer, double it for the square pan.  If your recipe is for 2 8" layers,  (each is 50" sq) that will be exactly what you need for a single square layer.  HTH

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Your square pan is 96 sq inches.  A 10" round is 78.5  sq inches.  If your recipe is for 2 10" round layers,  It will fill the square pan once with enough leftover for cupcakes or a single 8" layer.  If your recipe fills a 10" pan once, make the recipe 1 1/2 times for a single layer in the square pan.  It will make a slightly taller layer, or make a few  cupcakes with the excess.     If your recipe is for a single 8" layer, double it for the square pan.  If your recipe is for 2 8" layers,  (each is 50" sq) that will be exactly what you need for a single square layer.  HTH


Thats great, thank you, yes my recipe is for a 10" round, so will 1 and 1/2 the recipe, as i want to make 1 full square, then cut it in half to fill, thank you xxx

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