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Loaf Tin 2lb Alan Silverwood
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- Easy clean
- Easy release
- Heat spread technology
- Anodised bakeware
- Made in the UK
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I particularly like the shape, being deeper than the average bread tin they produce a nice sized loaf.
They are not non stick but if used correctly, greasing the tin well then dusting with flour (as per instructions) they don't stick and are easy to wash up.
The only time mine have stuck is when I forgot about it and left it to prove for too long, a few sharp taps on the work top helped to loosen.
They conduct the heat well and I find I can reduce both the heat and the baking time making your home baked bread even cheaper.
I washed on arrival, the first time I came to use it I greased lightly with butter and then floured the tin (shaking of excess flour), when the bread was cooked it stuck a little so I use a silicone palette knife to run around the edges and the loaf came straight out.
I have used the tin several times since (using butter and flour) and it turns straight out, I never wash the tin simply allow to cool and wipe out with kitchen paper, no fuss no mess, so why buy expensive groundnut (peanut) oil as recommended when a little butter does the job.
It seemed expensive when buying but this is one of the best tins I have (even better than my silicon ones that do not have to be greased/floured and as this takes seconds to do I prefer this aluminium tin, might buy a smaller tin for making a fruit loaf).
Wash in hot soapy water, rinse and dry.
As a rule, recipe temperatures can be reduced by 10 - 15°C. Always check progress after 2/3 of normal cooking time. Cooking with some fats and oils may produce a light discolouration on the surface. Allowing this patina build up will improve the release of the bakeware.
NEVER GREASE BAKEWARE WITH OLIVE OIL... IT WILL STICK!
They recommend a thin application of groundnut (peanut) oil.
As the other reviews mentioned it is not Non-stick, so all you need to do is oil and dust with flour before hand. I forgot to flour the inside after oiling and the loaf still came out without any issues after baking.
Overall a great tin, so I shall also be getting the 1 lb tin as well.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Brushed it with some sunflower oil and a very light dusting of flour then added the dough. After cooking (took no more than half an hour) it fell out the tin perfectly. Read morePublished 6 months ago by anonymouse
Excellent tin. Seasoned it as per instructions and loaf fell out on first use. It is a very large tin and needs a good 500 or 600g flour dough to make a good loaf shape. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Mimacat
I am so disappointed. I decided to buy a 'quality' bread tin. I have been a bread maker for many years and just needed an extra 2lb bread tin. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Abrielle
Silverwood's baking tins are the best I've used by miles. Not heavy, and with no fancy, fragile coatings, they just transmit the heat of the oven evenly to the dough inside, then... Read morePublished 13 months ago by will_de_beest
Very good tins very nice for the money. Bast you can get.Published 14 months ago by Christopher paul white
Never buy non stick trays/tins/sheets again!
These trays are well worth the extra cost.
Some food stuff sticks if you do not put a little oil on first. Read more
Made my loaf just right and it looked good and tasted great. I'm an new baker so I even took a photo of the loafPublished 15 months ago by Amazon Customer