I screwed up!
I made a serious mistake this morning, and I am wondering if anyone on this forum might have a way out for me.
I was baking a chocolate cake. I'd weighed out flour, baking powder, baking soda, white sugar and brown sugar, when I discovered that, rather than weighing out and mixing in all purpose flour, I had used bread flour! I had sifted and mixed all of my dry ingredients except for the cocoa.
My first impulse was to throw it all away, but I'm not a person to casually toss out otherwise good food. I am aware that there is a way to use all purpose flour as cake flour by adding corn starch, though I've never used it. I was hoping someone on this forum might know of some way to salvage my ingredients in a similar fashion, or otherwise do something useful with it.
I can think of nothing.