Published at Wednesday, 13 November 2019. bakeware. By Hyo-Sonn Jeon.
A pan is a pan is a pan, right? Wrong. Baking pans can be made from different materials, and each material has a different effect on your baking. For example, a bakeware pan with a dark-colored surface will cause the food to brown more easily because it absorbs the heat of the oven. On the other hand, an aluminum bakeware pan conducts heat evenly but its surface reflects heat, so the food does not brown well. So here is a list of some common bakeware materials.
And one of its chief advantages, how heavy duty and long lasting it is, is one of its biggest drawbacks. Cast iron cookware is extremely heavy, so pulling them in and out of the oven might be a challenge for some. And the typically large size of the pieces can make them a challenge to store when not in use.
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.
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