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I bought 2 of these last week - i needed new pans for making pork pies - i make about 6 large pork pies every year and removing drom the pan has always been a problem. I did grease and line the bottom - its alot of effort to go to and it go wrong. And da da it came out beautifully. It really is a picture. Then having thrown away the packaging and not reading the instructions, i shoved it in the dishwasher ready for the next use. Imagine hiw disappointed i was to see a rather strangly marked pan comd out. Now i dont mind how it looks but will it still have all non stick properties
Published 24 12 2014
I can't say how disappointed I am with the two push pans I bought about three weeks ago. I have a small cake business and bake about ten- twelve cakes a week. I thought the tins would save me having to line every time I bake. Every time I use them I find myself having to slide a long spatula underneath, even though I have lightly oiled them as suggested. If I don't do this, there is always a large chunk of cake stuck to the base. I find this especially bad with moist cakes such as those containing polenta/cornmeal. I have found that I have to line the base every time now.
Published 23 10 2014
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I bought this pan after I made a cake which has a runny batter and it ended up on the bottom of the oven. I found it gave a great result no leaking and it is VERY easy to get the cake out of the tin. I am planning on buying another 2 for my wedding cake.
Published 25 10 2013