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Use disposable individual tins instead

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Posted to Thread #30418 at 1:47 pm on Jul 30, 2018

I've made lava cakes 3 times now - once at class (CIA chocolate class), and at home. Very easy.

We used disposable foil ramekins at class. Use softened butter and pastry brush to well lube them. Really lay it on thick. Then we sugared them, then filled. At class we froze at this point to take home (individually wrapped in plastic wrap). To bake from frozen just add a little more cooking time - but wtch closely. In King Arthur's site, the tell you how to bake from frozen. This means you can make ahead and pop into the oven when you need them.

Using the individual cups means putting them right on the serving plate from the tin - they're kind of fragile when they come out of the oven. I wouldn't try to move them after unmolding them.


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