- Taschenbuch: 146 Seiten
- Verlag: Minnesota Historical Society Press,U.S.; Auflage: 1 (1. April 2007)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 0873515854
- ISBN-13: 978-0873515856
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 1 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 397.823 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Bundt Cake Bliss: Delicious Desserts from Midwest Kitchens (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 1. April 2007
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How does an ordinary person make a sophisticated, crowd-pleasing cake in a snap? With a bundt pan, of course! Foodie Susanna Short brings back the beautiful bundts of yesteryear with mouth watering, kitchen-tested recipes for busy families, elegant entertainers, and confection connoisseurs everywhere in "Bundt Cake Bliss". From vintage favourites like Quick Orange Kiss and Tunnel of Fudge to fanciful finds like Green Chili Cornbread and Mexican Hot Chocolate Mini Bundts, this delightful book features just about every delectable bundt baked by the Midwest's own since the handy pan burst into the baking scene in the 1960s. And don't forget the dozens of glazes, sauces, and frostings sure to transform any cake into a shining crown of glory.Here is a cookbook that makes baking accessible to all, where fun is an essential tool in the kitchen. Among the delicious recipes and stories of the cakes and their creators are tips for dressing up bundts for special occasions and for managing those unexpected mishaps. And to top it off, Short offers warm and humorous reflections about the power of bundts in building community.
In diesem Buch(Mehr dazu)
Sichere BäckerInnen, die nicht auf die Darstellung von 'so-soll-es-aussehen-Photos' angewiesen sind,
werden hier richtig Spaß haben.
Traditionelle, umsetzbare Rezepte, verständlich beschrieben.
Keine Zutaten, die man erst auf den Märkten der Welt zusammentragen muss, bevor man starten kann.
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As another reviewer mentions, a lot of these recipes are based on mixes. Personally, I see that as a real negative--I buy cookbooks because I don't want to use cake mixes.
This book is really cute, and the authors comments are nice. The low-fat apple cake recipe was good, and the pumpkin spice cake recipe okay (though mushy). Overall, though, I'm kind of disappointed.
Why I've nicked it a star: Where's the editor who would have caught the reference to pans, when only one pan is called for? Or the editor who would have noticed that one need not turn to page 136 for the peanut butter frosting recipe because it is also already on page 66 with the cake recipe that calls for it? Or that the two peanut butter frosting recipes are identical except for the amount of peanut butter? There are no photos to suggest how to decorate with frosting (really, I don't know, I only know how to do a Jackson Pollock effect with icing or a glaze). The homespun comments are cute but stop short of obnoxious. In fact, they can be enlightened (there's a "coming out" cake).
Also, if I want to make a cake from a cake mix, I don't need a cookbook. I wish those types of recipes would be left out of "real" cookbooks, perhaps there could be a category of cookbooks for just cakes made with mixes. I don't like cakes made with cake mix, which is why I always bake from scratch.