Published at Monday, December 16th 2019. by Won-Shik Yu in bakeware.
Pyrex is the original glass Bakeware. You can see through the dishes to see what you are cooking. It is no longer just available in clear glass, though, you can purchase different shades of Pyrex to coordinate with your kitchen. That way you can take the dishes out of the oven and put them right on the table, giving it even more appeal. Unfortunately, glass can chip, crack and break, so if you drop Pyrex or other glass dish, it is probably a goner.
Silicone bakeware transfers easily from the freezer to the oven without any damage to the material. Try that with a glass casserole dish. The flexibility of the material makes it an ideal choice for storing foods in the refrigerator or freezer and then putting right in the oven to heat the foods.What might be the most innovative aspect of silicone bakeware is its ability to bend and fold. The materials are not rigid and can be easily stored or packed up without damage. Glass can chip, metal can dent, but silicone will endure.
Made of heavy-gauge aluminum, this type of bakeware pan is used for a variety of foods such as pizza, bread, and meat. They also work well for egg, potato and casserole dishes. Though generally disposable, it can be reused if cleaned well after use. Care: Aluminum foil bakeware can be cleaned with hot soapy water or a nylon scouring pad for extra cleaning. If you use a dishwasher, do not stack heavier dishes on top of aluminum foil bakeware.
One such bakeware in demand is ceramic bakeware. It has a non-porous surface, which makes it easy to clean. It does not absorb moisture and odor from the food that you want to bake. The added advantage is that ceramic toaster oven bakeware distribute heat evenly. It also retains heat to keep baked foods warm even if you take them out of the toaster oven.
Teflon Bakeware is still a popular choice for its nonstick properties. The slick coating makes easy work of clean up, and leaves the food intact. Cookies and breads slide right off the coated surface making it ideal to use when a pretty presentation is essential. Extra care must be taken when using and cleaning Teflon so it does not become scratched, which will ruin the nonstick properties of the surface. Metal utensils should be avoided; instead plastic tools must be used to avoid scratching the nonstick coating.
Tinned steel bakeware is made from sheets of steel covered with a thin coat of tin, allowing the bakeware to heat slowly and evenly. Tinned steel bakeware will darken after extended use, which may affect baking times. Care: Take special care to prevent tinned steel bakeware from rusting. After washing in hot soapy water and drying thoroughly, place in a warm oven and dry completely. Do not use metal scouring pads or abrasive materials to clean.
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.
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