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How I can bake a oblong cake in a microwaveconcection oven,when i do half of the cake gets baked and half gets half done.please help thank you

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    Zonghanli Jun 08, 2016

    Same I what to make browness bu

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    Zonghanli Jun 08, 2016

    But it won't work

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I know this sounds stupid but it works
turn the cake around half way through the cycle

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