Kiss My Bundt Paperback – 1 May 2010
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""This bundt lover's bible spells out how to make just about any variety you can think of, from basic vanilla to Lime Basil, while providing tips on how to achieve the perfect fluffiness and flavor." --"Angeleno
" This bundt lover's bible spells out how to make just about any variety you can think of, from basic vanilla to Lime Basil, while providing tips on how to achieve the perfect fluffiness and flavor. "Angeleno"
About the Author
Chrysta Wilson is the owner of the Kiss My Bundt bakery, where she is known for her Californian spin on the Southern dessert of bundt cake. She lives in Los Angeles.
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Top Customer Reviews
That would be a BIG MISTAKE to make. This is another of those books that can be best described as a "hidden secret". It is packed full of recipes and good information and it also serves as a damn good base to experiment from or develop your own ideas for the future. A good confidence builder even.
Starting with an introduction to the author you get a bit of a flavour to her background and what drove her to open a boutique bakery. Then it is on with the show, starting with "what is a bundt?" Even though this is a predominantly American term many people still ask that when they visit the bakery - and they are not confused, curious Europeans either.
The inexperienced wannabe bundt baker is given a great "beginner's course" to bundt making, written not to patronise but to educate in plain language (something many chefs/authors could note well). Close attention is even given to the ingredients (building blocks), the methodology to be used and, of course, the tools that are necessary to build that wonderful edifice.
Thereafter you get to have a go in the kitchen making your own basic cakes (or vanilla cakes as the author calls them) but you are not stuck with a couple of boring recipes but can soon produce such exotic items as a Pina Colada cake or an Aphrodisiac Cherry Vanilla Almond Cake. Yummy! So-called "basic" pound cakes and their variations are also covered.
Not tired of cakes yet? Good as then there is a wide range of chocolate bundt cakes to consider along with marble bundts, savoury bundts and "others".Read more ›
If you can get hold of good quality cake flour it does make a tenderer, fluffier crumb, and you don't have to worry about beating for too long after you add the flour. If you use McDougalls Supreme Sponge flour you can leave out the leavening.
The book takes you from start to finish of the how to bake the prefect bundt......
Buy the book.....
So far i have made the blueberry cake and the banana cake which were both delicious and went down very well with the family. The strawberry cake is in the oven as i write this review
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Fantastic book explained well. Only thing I would say is there are no way near enough colour photographs which I think is important with food. Definite best buy this yearPublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I made the chocolate bundt cake and it is simply the best cake I have ever made. I have had rave reviews from everyone who has sampled it and it is so easy to do. Read morePublished 8 months ago by melissadolan
This recipe book helped me make a professional cake first time. I am not a very experienced baker and did have to translate the measurements to British ones but that done it was... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Nancy Lee
I love this book, I've used at least half a dozen recipes already, all very easy and successful.Published 15 months ago by P. Taylor
Wish there were more pictures of the finished cakes.as we all no we eat with or eyes.havent tried them yet.looking forward to all the different flouvours.Published 18 months ago by mrs bridget harvey
Recipes look really nice but unfortunately lots of american ingredients and measures. I have the measuring cups but got fed up of trying to find some of the ingredients.. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dawn P.