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Kaiser Bakeware La Forme Braided Loaf Pan


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  • Braided loaf pan makes braiding your breads easy
  • Commercial gauge steel with a 2 layer nonstick coating on interior and exterior
  • Top of the line nonstick coating makes for a perfect release very time
  • Recipe included

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 6.7 x 2.7 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00006JSTX
  • Item model number: 630755
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #859,370 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Get the look of a braided loaf, without the chore of actually braiding!

From the Manufacturer

This Kaiser Bakeware La Forme braided loaf pan is designed with the finest materials available to guarantee perfect performance. After extensive product research, Kaiser selected steel as the base material for the entire La Forme collection. The steel base is coated with one of two nonstick surface systems, depending on the intended use of the piece.

In an oven, where the temperature can fluctuate up to 50 degrees in a normal baking cycle, the ideal baking vessel should retain heat well enough to maintain an even temperature, yet it should not retain heat so well that a cake, bread, or cookie will burn in the time required for complete baking. Kaiser chose heavy-gauge steel as the base material for the La Forme collection, because it conducts heat gently and evenly, and produces the perfect balance necessary for a golden brown crumb on the outside of the cake and a perfectly baked, moist interior. Cakes and breads baked in La Forme pieces cook uniformly, and cookies baked on La Forme cookie sheets brown evenly and maintain their shape.

La Forme's heavy-gauge steel eliminates warping in every piece of bakeware. Select La Forme pans are manufactured with the cut- and acid-resistant Magnum coating. This allows the chef to cut baked goods in the pan.

Why is Kaiser Bakeware unique?

  • Kaiser offers the broadest product range in the bakeware industry in both classic and creative shapes
  • Known for bakeware innovations, Kaiser invented the springform pan--the "intelligent round cake pan"--and is the world's largest manufacturer
  • Kaiser bakeware has been built to the highest standards of German craftsmanship for more than 85 years
  • Kaiser bakeware is manufactured from steel base metal, which provides even and gentle heat distribution for even browning and baking

La Forme bakeware features

  • Magnum cut-resistant or nonstick interiors offer ease of use and quick cleanup
  • Heavy-gauge steel provides even and gentle heat distribution
  • Leakproof bottom eliminates messy spills
  • Superior springform buckle provides the perfect release of baked goods, and is guaranteed for life

Use and care
For best results, brush a very thin layer of butter or oil on the interior of the pan prior to each use. The butter guarantees perfect release and helps promote a smooth, tightly sealed crust, even browning, and good flavor. It isn't necessary to line the pan with expensive parchment paper, or to dust the pan with flour, which can produce an unattractive white crust on cakes and breads.

The La Forme pieces coated with the two-layer nonstick surface system are designed to provide a perfect release for baked goods that will be removed from the pan. Use of knives or sharp objects should be avoided, as they will damage the surface. However, pieces coated with Magnum are designed to withstand cutting. Any utensils, including sharp knives, can be used in the pan without damaging the surface.

Clean La Forme bakeware with hot water, soap, and a soft sponge or dishcloth. Avoid using abrasive cleansers. It is neither necessary nor recommended to put La Forme in the dishwasher.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. K. Ackerman on April 1, 2008
I produced a beautiful loaf of Gluten Free Challah with this pan. I removed the loaf about 10 minutes early and inverted it onto a baking sheet before giving it an egg wash. Back into the oven. Result, a glossy loaf of Gluten Free Challah. The pan cleans easily with soapy water.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Steven Rossellini on September 17, 2008
Use the La Forme Braided Loaf Pan for a spectacular adapted Rhum Baba for your Jewish New Year celebration. I'd been asked to create a spectacular dessert cake for the Jewish New Year that incorporates apples and honey. I thought it would be fun to bake a cake that looks like the traditional braided challah bread, but clearly is a dessert. A lightbulb lit up as I thought of Ina Garten's Baba Au Rhum; a yeast cake drenched in rum syrup and served with an apricot glaze and whipped cream. But, my mission was to include apples and honey, so instead of dark rum as prescribed in Ina's recipe, I used Laird's Applejack and replaced the pure apricot glaze with a glaze of half apricot preserves and half apple jelly. In the baba, I replaced the sugar with honey. Look for Ina's recipe at [...]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kyra_Athena on December 9, 2007
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I am so impressed with Kaiser La Forme pans. They are manufactured I Germany and the quality is very apparent. I bake bread at home almost every day so I try lots of recipes. I got tired of looking at the same loaf. I have many Nordic Ware (USA) pans and I will probably buy more of them, but I'm looking at Kaiser first.

I can do a lot of things, but braiding bread is not one of them. I can make some really ugly braids. The pan will give you the braided look, but it's obvious to me that it is just a mold. It's still beautiful and my family can't tell the difference. Due to the recipe I used, I had to cut off the top of the loaf so that when it was inverted it would be flat on the plate.
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