Ceramic 2lb Loaf Pan Ceramic 2lb Loaf Pan

Ceramic 2lb Loaf Pan

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Ceramic 2lb Loaf Pan

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£4.99
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Product Features

Absorbing excess moisture and distributing heat evenly, ceramic has excellent baking properties
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Ceramic 2lb Loaf Pan

Product number: 16075

Absorbing excess moisture and distributing heat evenly, ceramic has excellent baking properties, giving exceptional results when it comes to the likes of bread and pizza, producing crisp crusts and bases. This traditional range is also a lovely way of serving at the table.

Oven safe up to 230°C.

Information

  • Oven safe
  • Freezer safe

Product dimensions

Approx. 28 x 12 x 8cm H. (11" x 4¾" x 3")

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Customer rating: 3
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"It works well!"

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I bought this bread pan because I thought it sounded like a good idea. However I was not so sure when I then read the reviews. I took on board some tips from other reviewers and am pleased to say, with a bit of experimentation, I'm very pleased with the results. Key points: oil the pan; prove in the pan; put in cold or 150c oven and then whack up to target temp. Yet to try putting straight into "hot" oven? Loaf tips out a few minutes cooling without any problem. Some of my best loaves so far :-)

"Pretty Good"

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I actually quite like this. You do have to adapt your methods somewhat, but after following a tip from one of the reviewers I've had very good results. Obviously if you do as the instructions say, it's going to sink a little, it's also tricky to get it to the right size. So, I tried placing the dough in the pan for the second rise and when risen, placed in a cold oven, turned it up to 220C and baked for about 34 mins. Worked a treat and the crust is lovely and crisp with the bread being soft and light. And yes wait until it's cold and it will pop out of the pan no problem.

"Not for the novice"

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I have been making bread for around 20 years. Having used a ceramic plate with great results, I thought this would give equally good results. It has taken several tries, to get there. The main problem being that the cooked loaf often sticks to the tin even when left till cold & when I liberally dusted the tin with flour prior to baking. However, when it works it gives lovely well risen bread with a soft crumb. I am considering seasoning the tin with fat, which has worked well for the ceramic plate I use.

"too much bother"

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I bought this pan for my husband a keeen home baker.He is disappointed with it as it is not as easy to use as his metal loaf tins in which he both rises and cooks his loaves .So sorry Lakeland but we will be exchanging our ceramic loaf pan for another metal one .

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Thanks for placing your review. We're sorry the pan hasn't been as expected. We'll be in touch shortly to help.

"Still learning!!"

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was bought this for Christmas and have used it as directed. Both loaves I have made have stuck on the bottom even though I dusted with flour. Is it best to leave the loaf/ pan to cool fully? Is it something I am doing wrong

support_agent A note from the team

Thanks for placing your review. The loaf pan will become easier to use over time as the ceramic becomes seasoned. A tip is not to soak in soapy water just just wipe clean with a damp cloth this will help along with a little extra flour before placing the dough in to the pan.

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