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Cooling an angel food cake

Last post Sep 03, 2008 8:12 AM by Callie123 . 15 replies.


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    My mother used to hang them upside down on a glass Coke bottle to cool, but that's hard to do with Coke coming in either cans or in 2-liter bottles Big Smile!!

     

    I don't have a bottle that's small enough to fit thru the neck of the angel food cake pan except for a Tabasco bottle, but the Tabasco bottle is too tiny to work.

     

    I end up laying the pan on its side on a wire rack and flip it every 10 minutes or so, but that's not a good option.

     

    HOW do you suspend angel food cake pans upside down? 

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    Hmmmm.  I don't know.  My angel food pan has little "feet" that clip onto the edge that hold it upside down.  Actually you could probably clip 3 or 4 clothespins on the edge and flip it over onto them???  Would work the same as the clips I have I think.

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     got any clothes pins????? if so then clip some around the rim and turn upside down...

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     oh man scary....we thought of the same thing at the same time....Big Smile

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    beer bottles, honey, beer bottles.

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    Great minds think alike, Right???Big Smile

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    Dog  My hubby loves angel food cake.  I have made a couple.. but was afraid of hanging it upside down.  I was afraid it would fall out & break apart.  So I hung it right side up over a 7-Up bottle.  Why is it recommended to hang it upside down???  Don't they fall out of the pan??

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    I use 3 soup cans or cans or other cans of the same size. MIne always rise to much that the little feet on the pan are not high enough to suspend it by.  

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    No beer bottles (but we do have wine bottles, but the neck of the wine bottle is too wide for the tube of the cake pan) and the only clothes pins I have are plastic, I was afraid they'd melt.

     

    Soup cans is a good idea .... of course, so is buying a pan that has the feet LOL!

    Thanks, everyone!

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    HOW do you suspend angel food cake pans upside down? 

     

     I have always use the kitchen funnel!!!! Works great!!

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     no the cake does not fall out........

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    that's exactly why i have (2) 16 oz. glass pepsi bottles, just for angel food cakes.

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    Mine has legs, though they're too short, so I set them on vegetable cans. You can set the cans around the rim if your pan doesn't have legs.

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    I make my angel food cake in bread pans and tip them on their side.

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    I use a large funnel too!

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