Baking a Cake
Bored? Perhaps we could cheer you up with some food? But it might bore you even more having to have to wait for a pizza delivery or go to a local fast food store. So why not do it yourself? It’ll be more fun that way! Eating food that you cooked with your own two hands is very satisfying as well as very rewarding. You see you can just pick up the phone and make a call and have food delivered to your doorstep in 30 minutes or less, but what we’re trying to achieve here is to let you have a little fun by cooking. And in this case baking a cake which is very fun because you get to eat cake batter and lick the spoon clean!
• 1/3 cup (2.7 ounces) of cooking oil
• 11/4 cups (22 ounces) of water
• 1 box (500 grams) of cake mix (any kind)
• 3 eggs
• Cake (150 grams) toppings (any kind)
• 13 x 9-inch baking pan
• 1 mixing bowl
• Measuring spoons and cups
• Mixer (or by hand)
Basically we’re just going to prepare a simple pan-baked cake with cake toppings and nothing fancy, but if you want to make it more than simple, then you can look for more elaborate baking recipes. You must also be wondering how we were able to convert the amount of oil and water in “cups” to “ounces.” Well here’s how we got it:
1 cup = 236.588237 milliliters x 1/3 = 78.87 milliliters
1 milliliter = 0.0338140227 fluid ounce
78.87 milliliters x 0.0338140227 fluid ounce = 2.7 ounces
For the box of cake mix and cake toppings it was more like a guess or approximation, but since cake mixes have different content weights depending on the brand that sells them we had to estimate. One brand packs their cake mix with 18.25 ounces, which is…
1 ounce = 28.35 grams
18.25 ounce x 28.35 grams = 517.39 grams
If you need to convert some of the specifications in the ingredients (especially if you’re going to bake a much more complex cake or increase the size of the cake), you can try to look up an weight conversion tool on the internet.
• Pour in all of the 500 grams of cake mix in the mixing bowl and mix it thoroughly.
• After mixing the cake mix, you may now put the eggs in the mixing bowl and mix them together.
• Now pour the 22 ounces of water into the mixing bowl saturating the mixture.
• Next is you pour the 2.7 ounces of cooking oil in the mixing bowl as well.
• You can either mix the incredients with a mixer or by hand
• Grease the 13 x 9-inch baking pan with butter or lard oil and then pour in the mix.
• Take the cooking pan with the mix and bake it in the oven for about 25 to 30 minutes at 350 degrees Kelvin.
• Once baked let the cake cool for 10 to 15 minutes.
• After it cools you can start putting on the cake toppings as well as any other cake decorations you desire.
Now you’ve done a little workout in the kitchen, put off some stress, had fun, and enjoyed a bit of your day. In case you have nowhere else to go at the moment you can just enjoy a cable show or some favorite DVD’s in your living room while eating the cake with a soda pop in your hand or share with your friends. Of course you may also want to plan ahead for times like these and schedule a trip somewhere just to pass up the time.
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