Published at Wednesday, 13 November 2019. bakeware. By Bon-Hwa Kwon.
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.
If you select a glass bakeware pan or a dark, non-stick pan, reduce the oven temperature by at least 25 degree F.If the substitute pan causes the depth of the ingredients to be thinner, reduce cooking time by 15 minutes. If the depth is thicker, increase cooking time by 15 minutes. Whenever you select a substitute pan, keep in mind that you need to allow room for certain foods to expand as they cook.
Aluminum bakeware is the most popular option as it resists warping, however the shiny texture of aluminum makes it unsuitable for browning. Aluminum Foil comes handy while making pizzas and over oven treats. These should be handled with care so as to retain their original shape.
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