I have made a lemon bundt cake several times before, and had no problems. I
can't rememebr if I greased and flopured the pan before but htis time I used
oil to coat the pan and then floured it. when bringing the cake out of the
oven I let it cool for 15-20 minutes adn tried to get it out, and it was
stuck, so I tried to gently pry it out and it came apart. 2 times I did
this. the second time I let it cool maybe 5 minutes. why is this happening
BTW I use lemon pudding in my cake if that makes any difference. thanks,
I have this problem when I make cakes from scratch and use my bundt pan
also. A good friend of mine told me to use non stick cooking spray and
"flour" the pan with a little commercial baking mix such as Bisquick.
Works every time! When I bake from a cake mix, I just use some of the
dry cake mix to flour the pan with and it slides right out.
I have tended to use a simple non-stick baking/cooking spray (canola oil
based). and NO flour. I also recommend letting your product cool to cool
to the touch before even attempting to remove it. if you you a knife, use
the back side (not the edge) to lightly pry the cake out. Don't move it up
and down, but gently slide the knife around, holding tight to the edge.
even better than a knife is a mini-offset spatula.