I have been cooking, yes cooking, not just reheating, in the microwave for 33 years. For the cooks who had problems, try these tips. First you need to know that the test for a done cake is the same as for an oven baked cake. A toothpick inserted in the center should come out clean. Sometimes you will see a few wet areas on top but if your toothpick is clean they will disappear during standing time. If you have both rubbery and wet parts, try 7% power and cook it a little longer. The standing time with a plate on top is vital. Your cake is still cooking. Your cake pan should be a dry solid surface, not a wire rack, so the bottom of the pan doesn't cool too fast I hope this helps. This recipe is too good and too handy not to have in your recipe file.
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I have been cooking, yes cooking, not just reheating, in the microwave for 33 years. For the...