I just wrote down the recipe for a carrot cake & it says: 125g of butter, 125g of light cream cheese & another 50g of butter. All the other ingredients are ok but just these. Oh, and for oven temp. it is 180c. Help..:)
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Here is a link that might be useful: Conversions
125 g is roughly 4.5 oz (128 g)
another 50 g is 1.7 oz
180 C is 356 F
Thanks chloecat! It seems they are somewhat different than US, like the oven temp. would be 356 degrees, which I would bake it at 350.
Thank you also vetaal! If it turns out good, I will post it on the Nov. recipes. :)
We are in metric (Canada). 250 grams is 1 cup, so 125 is 1/4 cup. We don't use the metric for oven temps though, although we all do for the outside temperature.
I stick to imperial recipes.
If it doesn't work out - my tried and true carrot cake recipe is the one from Better Homes & Gardens.
It always turns out fantastic!
I make it in a sheet cake pan, so the baking time is shortened a bit.
Here is a link that might be useful: BHG Carrot Cake with Cream Cheese frosting
Um, not sure about my math but if 250 grams = 1 cup then wouldn't 125 grams = 1/2 cup? Not 1/4?
Tally, you're absolutely right. That is a typo.
Sorry for any confusion!!!
Thanks for all of the help!
iowagirl, thanks for that recipe also, I am going to keep it for future use!