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Perfect Bread Tin,
This review is from: Master Class Non-Stick 3 lb Loaf Tin, 28 x 13 cm (11" x 5") (Kitchen & Home)
I have recently started baking my own bread - its so easy once you get the quantities right. What was hard was finding the correct bread shape tin to bake it in. This is perfect for 750g of flour. What I like about this one is the shape of the bread it bakes - proper size slices that can be used for sandwiches. What I would really like is another tin with the same dimensions for height and width but a little shorter to accommodate 500g of flour for when I don't need a large loaf. The tin is perfect -superb not stick quality. Couldn't be faulted.
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Initial post: 21 Jul 2011 11:54:05 BDT
the 1LB tin should be adequate
In reply to an earlier post on 23 Nov 2011 11:09:39 GMT
Last edited by the author on 23 Nov 2011 11:12:05 GMT
A P Wetherall says:
With all due respect to kiwijock 500 gms of flour will equate to about 815 gms of dough. I think a 1 lb tin will be too small. I would use a 2lb (900 gm) tin.
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