Published at Wednesday, 13 November 2019. bakeware. By Bon-Hwa Kwon.
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.
The first area that silicone bakeware shines is its ability to distribute heat evenly. Other materials absorb the heat from the oven and can cause hot spots and cold spots in the foods that you are preparing. Silicone distributes heat evenly so that your baked goods come out perfect every time. The heat stops as soon as the bakeware is removed from the heat source. Unlike other materials this means that cooking stops when the food is taken out of the oven. Other materials retain the heat and continue to cook your food for several minutes after you take it out of the oven. With a meal cooked in silicone bakeware, this means that the perfection you see when you take your item out of the oven is the perfection that will remain.
Silicone bakeware is made of a flexible material that can be used in the oven, microwave, and freezer. Silicone bakeware does not absorb heat like other bakeware but allows heat to transfer evenly to the food. The cooking process stops immediately when food is removed from the oven, preventing additional browning of the food. Most importantly, it can withstand temperatures ranging from 40F to 580F.
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