How do you prevent heavy texture in a cake?

How do you prevent heavy texture in a cake?

How to Prevent a Dry or Dense Cake

  1. Use Cake Flour. Reach for cake flour instead of all-purpose flour.
  2. Add Sour Cream.
  3. Room Temperature Butter / Don’t Over-Cream.
  4. Add a Touch of Baking Powder or Baking Soda.
  5. Add Oil.
  6. Don’t Over-Mix.
  7. Don’t Over-Bake.
  8. Brush With Simple Syrup/Other Liquid.

Why does my cake have a heavy texture?

Your cake is too dense A cake that is overly dense typically has too much liquid, too much sugar or too little leavening (not excess flour, as is commonly thought). A cake that bakes too slowly takes longer to set and may fall, causing a dense texture.

How do I make my cake texture fluffy?

7 Secret Tips and Tricks to make a cake fluffy

  1. Use buttermilk as a substitute.
  2. Use oil as a substitute for butter.
  3. Beat the eggs slowly.
  4. Temperature is the key.
  5. Do the sifting.
  6. The right time to frost.
  7. Let the sugar syrup do the magic.

What makes a cake grainy?

Improper blending of the flour and baking powder/soda which can cause holes in the finished cake. Overmixed flour when added to the cake, causing too much gluten. A cake baked with poorly emulsified batter will be grainy in texture, will look uneven and/or may even sink when baked.

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