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Anyone have the Cook's Illustrated Lemon Pudding Cake recipe?

gmm Oct 28, 2010 07:59 PM

I had this recipe long ago but have lost it since. I see many versions on different blogs that say they're adapted from the Cook's Illustrated recipe, but some call for 1 1/4 cups flour, some only call for 1/4 cup flour, which is a huge difference. I made a recipe tonight using the larger amount of flour, which made a fluffy lemon cake, but disappointingly with no pudding layer on the bottom. Could someone with access to the original CI recipe verify the ingredient amounts? TIA!

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  1. todao Oct 28, 2010 08:13 PM

    Many of CI recipes are copyrighted and most forums are reluctant to venture into publishing copyrighted recipes or portions thereof.
    Try:
    http://www.cooksillustrated.com/recip...
    You can get the recipe on that page with a 14 day free trial offer. It's a win/win

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      toveggiegirl Oct 28, 2010 11:15 PM

      This is CI's version:
      http://www.baking911.com/recipes/cakes/pudding.htm
      I prefer Margaret Atwood's Baked Lemon Custard. It's very sweet so sometimes I cut down on the sugar a little. If it doesn't seem quite set, (very) briefly finish it under the broiler.
      http://www.food.com/recipe/margaret-a...

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      1. re: toveggiegirl
        gmm Oct 30, 2010 06:34 AM

        Thanks toveggiegirl - made the CI recipe and it came out perfectly.

      2. al b. darned Oct 30, 2010 12:55 PM

        I just checked the recipe on "baking911.com ..." Since the author didn't check the recipe before posting it, I need a clarification.

        How long should I boil the roasting pan so it becomes pourable? ("Pour enough boiling roasting pan to come halfway up sides of baking pan or molds.")

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          weezycom Oct 30, 2010 02:27 PM

          LOL!

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