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Chicago Metallic Commercial II Traditional Uncoated 1-Pound Loaf Pan
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- Commercial II traditional uncoated 1 pound loaf pan; measures 8-1/2 by 4-1/2 by 2-3/4-Inch
- Traditional, uncoated baking surface ; heavy-weight aluminized steel for superior heat conduction and even baking
- Strong and durable, long-lasting construction
- Folded corners and wire rod reinforcement prevent warping
- Dishwasher safe, however hand-washing is recommended to extend product life; lifetime warranty
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Some other reviewers have complained about the folded corners getting dough stuck in them. That may be the case if you bake primarily quick breads like banana-nut bread or others that are made with a batter. I have only used mine to make bread from a kneaded dough and have not had any problem with the dough getting stuck in the corners. After second rising and baking in the pan my loaves slide right out beautifully. A glass or terra cotta bread pan might be a better choice for quick breads but if you are making risen white, wheat or rye, this is the one you want.
Perhaps the biggest benefit to our family is that because of the size and shape of the pans (minimal, with no extra edges or lips) I can actually fit eight of them on one rack in my oven at a time -- barely. I have a Bosch mixer and large bowl that allows me to make a bread recipe totaling 28 cups of flour, or 8 one pound loaves. So to be able to bake them all at once is pretty much priceless. Thanks Amazon for a great price on a great pan.
Know what? That's the way it is in commercial kitchens as well. That little bit of crumb will simply bake into a sort of "seasoning", much like cast iron, and will be much less likely to harm you (in my humble opinion) than flaking-off chemical coatings. Still, if this grosses you out, best to look for a different pan.
If you want something that will last a lifetime, and bake up some mighty-fine treats, go for this one.
Pan is constructed with, probably, single sheet of metal being folded to shape pan. When using, some dough seeps around edges and lodges in extremely slight opening on lower edges where metal is folded over. Very difficult cleaning and can't tell is any has gone up under the edges.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are good pans. They are made of heavy duty aluminum, and so they conduct heat evenly, resulting in a better loaf, and evenly cooked. They have folded corners, and no seams. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Chris R.
Nice and heavy, good quality. I like that they are uncoated because I can scrub them.Published 1 month ago by M. Brosh
The pan is sturdy and thick. Best of all, it did a beautiful job cooking the loaf of bread. I like the feel of the product, and it washes beautifully with ease.Published 1 month ago by Margaret Smith
I bake bread weekly and have been through numerous 'non-stick' bread pans. They all fail to release the loaf properly sooner or later. This works perfectly so far. Read morePublished 3 months ago by R. Carter
Works fine. I am using to put kitchen items in (as a storage tool).Published 3 months ago by Ferdinand F. Valdez
The pans seemed great at first. Heavy and good quality. But after a few Gentile washes some kind of lining that I didn't expect to be there is chipping off.Published 3 months ago by MamaW
These are the best for baking bread loafs. I have been baking my own bread for a while all my loaves have been free form, no pan. Theose kind don't make sandwiches well. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Very pleased. Heavy duty with sturdy sides. Cooks evenly. I love it.Published 3 months ago by The Gunder Group