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I have just made a walnut loaf in this large pan and it turned out well (and easily owing to the non-stick surface). The proportions of the pan make for a conveniently-shaped loaf using 1kg of dough. The pan's volume is 2 litres (= 2kg of water) thus allowing for a doubling of the dough as it rises in the pan. The pan feels nicely weighty so I'm confident it won't buckle with repeated use.
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Initial post: 7 Nov 2010 08:19:06 GMT
P N Davis says:
Are you able to buy liners for this size tin
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Nov 2010 08:57:50 GMT
I haven't come across this size of bread-pan liner. There are so many different shapes with the same volume it's difficult to get a liner to fit. I wonder if you need to line the pan? I find my loaves drop out easily with a tap on the bottom. They're non-stick, but I do oil or grease them lightly before inserting my dough. If you do want to line the tin, and can't find the precise size, Lakeland have rolls and sheets of baking parchment that can easily be cut to any size.
In reply to an earlier post on 7 Nov 2010 11:11:10 GMT
P N Davis says:
Thank you for your reply. I find that even some of the slightly smaller tins, 23cm, the 2lb liners are still too small. I am just being lazy and didn't really want to cut out from a roll of baking parchment.
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