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DeBuyer Elastomoule 6-Bordelais Fluted Cakes Silicone Mold


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  • 6-Bordelais Fluted Cakes Silicone Mold; Measures 55mm Ht. 50mm
  • Made from silicone foam
  • Silicone material can withstand temperatures of-90 degree F. to 580 degree F.
  • Naturally non-stick these molds heat perfectly resulting in even browning and carmelization
  • Made in France
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DeBuyer Elastomoule 6-Bordelais Fluted Cakes Silicone Mold + 100% ORGANIC Hand Poured Beeswax - ~1oz each - Premium Quality, Cosmetic Grade, Triple Filtered Bees Wax (5 or 6 Bars; Additional Bar May Be Included to Make Sure Minimum of 5oz of Beeswax)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 6.9 x 2 inches ; 4.5 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0045U9Q6U
  • Item model number: 1834.21
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,545 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Developed by DeBuyer's research team and used by French world champion pastry chefs, the Elastomoule line of silicone molds are made from silicone foam. This silicone material can withstand temperatures of -90 degree F. to 580 degree F. making them perfect for both cold and hot applications. Naturally non-stick these molds heat perfectly resulting in even browning and carmelization. Easy to use, place the silicone mold directly on the oven grid and not on a tray for perfect heat convection. The temperature for the silicone mold should be the same as a traditional metal pan. When using a traditional oven place the grid in the lower part of the oven for best results. Each mold comes packaged in a gift box with usage and care instructions and includes a recipe specific for that mold.


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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By JJ on August 15, 2012
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I love canneles, lovely custardy interior with crusty exterior, and so have been on a quest to make them perfectly. In an attempt to limit the amount of cookware in my apartment, I have experimented with various cupcake molds, and the results are eminently edible, but not near perfect: the fluting IS necessary to get the additional surface area crust. The copper molds are crazy expensive, so I bought one each of the Freshware, World Cuisine (also labeled Prochef), and the DeBuyer Elastomoule molds to see which produced the best from a single batch of batter. The DeBuyer mold produces marginally better canneles from having slightly more pronounced flutings. The World Cuisine and Freshware produced identical canneles in the first batch, but I have my doubts about how well the World Cuisine one will stand up over time - the silicone is thinner, and after their first use some of the flutings have flattened or otherwise distorted. So my end ranking is 5 stars for DeBuyer, 4 stars for Freshware, and 3 stars for the World Cuisine ones.
(Side notes: (1) the recipe in Gale Gand's "just a bite" book makes exactly 20 canneles, so two DeBuyer plus one Freshware is the best combination for a single batch. And for a recipe that you have to start two days in advance, and where the end-product freezes well, its not worth doing smaller quantities. (2) Brushing the molds with a 50/50 mix of butter and beeswax before filling gives the best crust. Yes it is annoying to deal with beeswax, but it really does make all the difference. More difference I suspect than using copper instead of silicone.)
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Bohrdom on January 16, 2013
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First thing you should do is throw out the recipe that comes with the molds. Seriously. Don't use it to prop up a table, just straight to the green bin.

Did you throw it away yet? It's ok, I'll wait.

Next, go to Chez Pim and get the real recipe for silicon mold canele:
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And get her traditional recipe for additional reference:

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Follow these instructions, my fellow amazonians, and you will wow and amaze your friends and family. It took me two tries and a bottle of easy off to get it right, but these molds are now working in beautiful harmony with my ntermediate baking skills.

Also, don't coat them. You don't need to. There is plenty of butter in the batter, just trust it to do its job!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Dan Kuwachi on September 20, 2012
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I've had these molds for a while, and a problem I kept running into was the caneles cooking inconsistently.

What I did is take a scissor, cutting the mold into 6 pieces and voila! I can space the canele molds out on a baking sheet for even heating!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Heather C. on May 28, 2013
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So much less expensive than copper molds, but turns out canelé that are just as beautiful as if you'd used them. To wash the wax out of the mold, I pour boiling water over it, then wash with soap and a dish brush (so I don't have to stick my hand in the boiling water). More boiling water to rinse and--voila!--completely clean and wax-free.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. A on January 21, 2014
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My cannelle comes out really well. Every side is well defined as long as the beeswax and butter are applied.
It is not flimsy; it actually stands on its own even without putting it in a cookies sheet.
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