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A question about a recipe: Cardamom cake with cloudberry cream

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I have a question about the recipe "Cardamom cake with cloudberry cream" from fiveandspice. When do I add the vanilla? Missed it and the cake is in the overnight, but question is for next time! Thanks for the recipe- LOVE cardamom!

asked by Pat Hampton over 3 years ago

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Pat Hampton
added over 3 years ago

Ha! Doubt it will make it overnight- meant oven!

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PieceOfLayerCake
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added over 3 years ago

In general, vanilla goes into a recipe with other liquid ingredients. If there's milk, yogurt, buttermilk or sour cream, I usually mix it in....in this recipe, mix it in with the eggs. Since vanilla doesn't contribute to the chemical structure of a recipe, it doesn't really matter when you toss it in as long as it incorporates.

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Pat Hampton
added over 3 years ago

Thanks pieceoflayercake! The addition of vanilla was omitted from the instructions...wasn't sure if it was incorporated into the actual cake or the cloudberry/cream. Either way I'm about to cut into the cake - I'm sure it will be great!

Nancy
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added over 3 years ago

you could incorporate the forgotten vanilla into the cloudberry cream, where it will add flavor and not really change texture/liquidity.

cv
cv
added over 3 years ago

Add the liquid vanilla extract at the same time with the sugar to the beaten eggs.

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