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Get a grip !,
This review is from: Circulon Bakeware Yorkshire Pudding Tin - 4 Cup (Kitchen & Home)
I purchased this tin after much deliberation. Like so many people, I owned a cheapie thin non-stick tin, which went bent, rusty & I ended up with disastrous yorkshires.
This tin is heavy & very non-stick indeed. It has been in the dishwasher a couple of times, but saying that, it is easy to wash by hand as nothing sticks.
On the downside, the pans are a little shallow. A couple of millimetres deeper would have been nicer. When you pre-heat with oil or fat, which is the traditional way, the oil slops out of it easily & is dicey to hold without getting burnt.
The non-stick is so slippy, it is hard to grip it with an oven glove or tea towel. Be careful not to shove it too far in on the oven shelf, make sure you put it in with one of the grip sides to the front & just over the edge so you can grasp it safely.
It cooks beautifully, & even if you burn them, they won't stick. The pans have circular ridges on, but I am not sure if that is just a Circulon brand gimmic or if it aids release.
Circulon ought to re-design it & add silicon handles for grip. I would like to see other tins in this range. This will undoubtedly last, but I have already scolded myself on it, so please take care.