Published at Monday, 16 December 2019. bakeware. By Kwang-Sun Paik.
Select a pan as close in size as possible to the pan in your recipe. In other words, the volume capacity should be approximately the same and when filled, the ingredients should reach about the same depth as they would in the original. The biggest advantage of choosing a substitute bakeware pan similar in size to the original is that the cooking temperatures and times remain the same.
Metal Bakeware is still available, but has lost much of its appeal in the age of the microwave. Though heavy duty metal pieces can still be found in most kitchens, their uses appear limited when compared to stoneware and Pyrex which look nice on a tabletop. Metal can also scratch and rust, unlike these other surfaces, limiting its usefulness.
If you want to measure the pan, do it from the inside edge to the other inside edge so that you will not include the thickness of the pans in the measurement. Fill the pan with water and pour it to a measuring cup. In that way, you will know what the volume of the pan is. It is advised that when you use a bakeware or pan made of glass or a pan with non-stick surface, you should decrease the temperature of the oven by 25 degrees Fahrenheit. Lastly, it is important that you should allocate some space in the pans or the bakeware as some food still expand after they have been cooked.
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