Published at Monday, 16 December 2019. bakeware. By Kwang-Sun Paik.
If you are down to the last resort and you really have to substitute, choose the pan or the bakeware which has the closest size to the recommended one by your recipe. You should take into account the volume that it will take. Consider the ingredients and everything that you will have to put in to the pan so that you will know and choose something of the ideal depth. Selecting one closest to the recipe is asking will allow you to achieve the same cooking temperature and the time of cooking.
When measuring a pan, measure from inside edge to inside edge so that you are not including the thickness of the sides. Measure volume by filling the pan with water and then pouring it into a measuring cup. Be careful substituting a pan when the recipe indicates that a tube pan should be used, such as an angel food cake pan or a bundt pan. These pans are ideal when it comes to equal distribution of heat, so the substitute bakeware pan must satisfy that criterion.
Never use scouring pads or abrasive cleaners on the silicone bakeware. For use in oven and microwave only. Never use on stove tops, hot plates or under broiler. Always place bakeware on level surface. Never use knives or other metal utensils on bakeware. Silicone bakeware is heat resistant up to 500 degrees F and can also withstand changes to temperature, such as moving from freezer directly to oven.
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