Silverwood multisize cake tin

(5 Posts)
nannycook Mon 11-Mar-13 18:47:23

Tailtwister, the 2nd tier for my wedding cake is 10 inch sponge, which sponge would you recommend for that size, madiera, or ordinary victoria sponge, and how long do i cook it for?

Tailtwister Mon 11-Mar-13 16:42:06

Yes, you definitely have to line up the sides too. It's a great tin though and I've always had really good results with it.

nannycook Fri 08-Mar-13 22:29:11

i know i sound abit of a muppet, but when i put it together and put the dividers in obviously theres gaps on the one side and as i only normally line the base of my tins i thought obviously i'd have to line up the sides.

ouryve Fri 08-Mar-13 22:06:59

I'm not sure exactly what you're asking, but you just line it as you would any rectangular or square tin.

nannycook Fri 08-Mar-13 22:04:39

Just been bought Silverwood multisize cake tin, i haven't used this type of tin before, using the dividers tgat came with it, i want to make a 10 and 8 inch sponge, how do i go about lining the one side with the spaces on there?

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