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Adapting a lemon pudding cake without the pudding

qwerty1 | Apr 11, 201508:17 PM     14

Is it possible to cook through the lemon pudding cake until it's cooked through (and without overcooking the top half)? I recently made a lemon pudding cake which turned out well. The thing is I like the cake part which is basically a sponge cake. This is the recipe I used:

http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/foo...

If I made it without a water bath, would it work? Or would I need to use an actual lemon sponge cake recipe?

Your thoughts. Thanks.

Meyer Lemon Buttermilk Pudding Cake with Fresh Berries
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