The texture is "fine" due to the angle food mix. I'd venture to say "springier" than regular muffin mix. It's not chewy like angel food cake. I like the short baking time. The mix of the 2 cakes was for a Microwavable cake called a three two one cake. 3 parts "basic mix" 2 parts water and 1 min. cook time on high in the microwave. I was impressed with the microwave cake and was inspired to try it with Imusa Mug baking. We always look for "multi use" items to make life easier. I had done some baking with the small angel food cake pan but didn't fit the 10cm mug so I kept my eyes open for something to cook eggs and bake with.
I used my kitchen stove for the testing. The use of the StarLyte for Simmer will come next.
A week ago I used the pan/mug to cook breakfast sausage(patty style) It cooked well but was swimming in grease
and had the "grey" color
I squeezed the patty in a paper towel till all grease was removed, closed my eyes and proceeded to pop into my mouth without reservations...as expected, it tasted great
I recommend everyone to try the microwave cake mix just to have on hand for a quick snack. If you feel adventuresome you can try the mix with a backpack size setup of choice.
I purchased a dozen of the small stainless steel pans and will offer them along with the Imusa Mugs .
One thing I noticed since I've been experimenting with baking is the use of Canola Oil to lubricate the pan to prevent sticking. I ran out of the spray canola and had to resort to coconut oil and margarine. The eggs I made today stuck to the pan when the later oils were used...bummer. So, I'm inclined to believe that the Canola Oil is the best choice at this point. Anyone have a better suggestion for oils?
This a photo of 3 eggs cooked for 6 min. using the Imusa Mug. I eat right out of the little pan. Life is good!!!
1/2" of water in the mug is brought to a boil and then pan of eggs is placed on top then cooked for 6 min.