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Sep 9, 2006 11:07 PM

Ina Garten's lemon cake

I would like to try Ina Garten's lemon cake. Her recipe calls for using two loaf pans. Can I substitute one bundt pan, and get the same result?

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  1. Bxgirl, I've made Ina's lemon cake probably five times, three of which were in a Bundt...

    Good luck!

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    1. re: hawkeye

      Hawkeye - was wondering, have you ever tried freezing it? (without the glaze I would think).

      1. re: hawkeye

        Same timing or longer in the oven? Thanks...

      2. I love this lemon cake. I've made it several times in large batches and frozen it with great results.

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        1. re: ziggylu

          Thanks - Good to know Ziggylu!

        2. it is SO GOOD. and very easy to make, too! i always use a bundt pan-- the pretty, sculpted kind you can find at Williams Sonoma and places like that.

          Grease and flour every nook and cranny of the pan. I bake at 350, and start watching it closely at 30 minutes. I think it ends up being closer to 45, but it's best to watch it to be sure.

          1. Can you post Ina Garten's Lemon Cake recipe? Thanks in advance.

            1. Here you go- I just had to look it up- I love everything lemon! I also took a look at Ina's sour cream coffee cake- that looks good, too- finished with a maple glaze.