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Uneven cooking in fan oven

A christmas cake has turned out soft in the middle but hard and crusty around the edge

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  • joeoddjob Dec 16, 2008

    belling xou177ss oven is burning the top and sides of christmas cakes while inside is soft and under cooked, the thermostat indicator seems to be operating but the temp in oven seems to be too high.

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There are many reasons for uneven cooking in any oven
These are just a few possibilities.
Not pre- heating oven
Putting too much in the oven, thereby restricting air circulation.
Not putting on correct shelf level.
Use of foil in the oven which can reflect heat.
Badly fitting door.
Perished door seal.
Thermostat not controlling temp properly. Check with oven thermometer.
There plenty of other resons besides these, but these are some of the more important ones.
So do check these points..
If you are still experiencing problems, then you will probably have to call an oven expert in too look at it.
Plz rate my solution
.Thanks.


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