1. 5 stars
    You make it look easy and your instructions are really helping us with gaining more confidence with the air fryer. I have found some things difficult to do but your tips and tricks are really helping.

  2. I can’t understand the quantities for the ingredients! Isn’t there a way
    to get the amounts in what we in the USA understand and are familiar with??

    I was interested in your Lemon Drizzle Cake, but can’t understand it!

    1. Hi Ruth,

      What seems to be the issue? We use grams or imperial measurements and under the ingredients we use a metric system and you can switch between the 2. Use which ever one you find the best 🙂

      1. She means she would like a recipe in straightforward cups. An imperial conversion to 7.94oz of butter/sugar isn’t really useful to Americans who use cups rather than digital scales!

        1. Hi,

          Yes the recipe card does convert but it is automatic, so it decides if it uses cups or ozs. 225g of flour would be 1 3/4 cups 🙂

  3. I’ve tried this recipe today and the cake looked cooked on top and when I tested it it seemed cooked. When I turned it out it was cooked on the top about 1″ deep, but runny underneath. I cooked as instructed for 35mins. Any idea what went wrong please.

    1. Hi Liz,

      How high did you have your batter in the cake pan? We only fill it less than half otherwise if you fill it quite full it will not be cooked through like yours, A good tip to help is put a cocktail stick through the cake and if it comes out clean it is ready but if it comes out covered in cake mix it needs to go back in. If you find this has happened then put the cake back in and cook for further 10-15 minutes on a lowish heat 160c/320f just to cook inside the cake and not continue cooking on top 🙂

  4. In the process of baking as I write this! I found your recipe easy to follow so thank you! I will update here shortly and am looking forward to! Now following on Pinterest 🙂

  5. Can you suggest how I might make this with a polenta/flour mix, rather than just flour, please? I like the denser texture and ‘bite’ that polenta gives to the mix…

    1. Hi Sweet Tart,

      We have never cooked with polenta before in a cake so i cannot comment what it would be like and how much to use, but you can try our cornbread recipe and add some lemon and sugar to it, is the closet we have on the blog 🙂

    1. Hi Liz,

      The cooking time would be affected if you are cooking them in the same air fryer or separate ones. I would add more time if cooking them together but take away time if cooking one on its own. Because we did it in the round cake tins we cannot say for sure how long the loaf tins will take to cook fully 🙂

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Recipe Rating