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Kuhn Rikon PushPan, 9-Inch


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9-Inch
  • Silicone ring seals the pan so it never leaks
  • Nonstick coated for easy release of food and easy clean up
  • Easy to release finish product - no need to use a knife
  • Evenly cooks and browns your yummy creations
  • Dishwasher safe
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Product Details

Size: 9-Inch
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 2.8 inches ; 13.6 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: B007OTFDBG
  • Item model number: W1104
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (56 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #73,189 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 9-Inch

Kuhn Rikon's ingenious "no-spring" version of the springform pan makes it easy to create perfect quiches, tarts, cheesecakes, layer cakes and more. Traditional spring pans not only leak, they're fussy to use. Kuhn Rikon PushPan features a silicone ring to seal it shut so it never leaks. It's incredibly easy to release - no need to use a knife - just place it on a can or bowl and push down on sides. It evenly cooks and browns you yummy creations.

Customer Reviews

Did my cheesecake in a water bath and no leaking.
Roxanne Granica
So far I've made cheesecake, apple cake, and brownies (all in the pressure cooker).
Amazon Customer
My cheese cake was evenly cooked and perfectly flat from edge to edge.
DBucci

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

41 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Patricia L. Condelli on August 17, 2012
Size Name: 10-Inch Verified Purchase
I make cheese cake often since I LOVE it. And I have three springform pans - a 10", a 9" and a 7". One of my recipes calls for the cake to be baked in a hot water bath but first the pan must be wrapped in a double layer of heavy-duty aluminum foil to keep the water from seeping into the cake. I've made this cake a half dozen times and the foil wrapping is such a pain in the butt and also if you do not do it correctly, the water seeps in making the cake a soggy mess and wasting a lot of very expensive ingredients.

I saw in a catalog a new-fangled cheesecake pan that did not have the spring latch on the side. It has a rubber gasket rimming the pan bottom to seal it tight. To remove the cake it said to place the pan on top of something sturdy that was taller than the cake pan and then push down on the sides of the pan. No need to use a knife to loosen the edges one little push and the pan bottom with the cake on it would slip right out. I doubted that this would work - but still I wanted to try it and so I ordered the Kuhn Rikon PushPan on amazon.com for $30.

I was very nervous about using this pan and so I first tested it with a normal (no hot water bath) cheesecake. I made the recipe posted below. The pan worked just as they said it would - cake slipped right out. Even better - there was no dripping of butter onto the bottom of my oven. Loved that. One problem however - I ordered the 9" pan and made the same recipe I've been using in my old springform 9" pans for 30 years. The Kuhn Rikon pan was too small to hold all the batter so I put the overflow into a small bowl and baked it too.

The yesterday I got brave and decided to test its water-tight claim.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By DBucci on March 14, 2013
Size Name: 9-Inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
9" pan
I have a large collection of well used springform pans from cheap tinned steel to LaForme's expensive "leak-proof" enameled steel. They all get the job done but leak. Even double wrapping the bottom of those pans with heavy foil when baking cheesecakes in a water bath would be no guarantee water would not find a way in. So I was very anxious to try this pan and immediately put it to the test by baking a cheesecake in a water bath with no foil wrapping. It worked like a charm, the cheesecake was perfectly dry.
This pan also is also constructed from very heavy weight metal; 19 oz. versus a typical 9" tinned steel pan at 9 ounces. So you don't get over-baking at the edges that you do with a thinner pan. My cheese cake was evenly cooked and perfectly flat from edge to edge. Removing it from the pan was no problem and if you line the bottom of the pan with some buttered parchment it makes it easy to remove your dessert from the bottom piece.
I also used it to make a quiche and when blind baking the crust I didn't get melted fat leaking from the bottom of the pan like I do with traditional pans.
Although this pan looks like it has the exact same dimensions as a standard 9" springform pan; 9" x 3" because the bottom of the pan when fully seated rests 1/2" above the bottom you get about an 8 cup capacity versus 9 cup in a traditional springform pan. So if your favorite recipes tend to fill up your pan I would size up to a 10" or plan for a separate pan for the overflow.
I love the pan and hope at some point they also offer it in a 4" size for individual portions.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful By susana polykronis on July 28, 2012
Size Name: 10-Inch
I am an accomplished baker; I bake everyday and am currently working on a cookbook. I have made hundreds of cheesecakes using a traditional springform pan. Whenever I make cakes using a water bath I have always wrapped the pan in 2 layers of foil. This has always worked for me.

I was excited to try the new Push Pan and did so for the first time yesterday. I made Junior's New York Cheesecake. You cannot imagine how disappointed I was when I removed the ring from the Push Pan. The base of my cheesecake was entirely WET! All around the sides, where the red silicone ring is, was completely drenched!

I followed the instructions completely; pushed down the base into the pan, made sure it was secure and even. The cheesecake came out delicious, however, the crust was soggy; I do not recommend this pan to be used without wrapping it well in foil before putting in a water bath.

However, I must say that the unmolding of the cake was very easy and the sides were nice and smooth; the bottom wet, but smooth...

Buyer, beware. If you do decide to buy this pan, WRAP the pan with foil in the traditional manner!!!!!
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By sfiero on October 15, 2012
Size Name: 10-Inch Verified Purchase
I purchased this pan and made a Mocha Cheesecake first thing, I love this pan! It didnt leak at all and the cheesecake came out perfect. The cheesecake didnt stick at all but I used spray crisco on it first. I highly recommend it!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R Jones on September 10, 2012
Size Name: 10-Inch
I used this for a really squidgy chocolate cake and a Vanilla & Ginger cheesecake. I didn't trust it at first so I ran water into it and nothing leaked so I dried and greased it an hoped for the best.
It worked perfectly. I'd love this in different shapes such as a PushPan Heart Shape.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Night Owl VINE VOICE on February 26, 2013
Size Name: 9-Inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I am an avid baker and have a love/hate relationship with springform pans. I love what comes out of them, but I hate using them because they always leak. Currently I have 7 different models, representing price ranges from cheap to ridiculously expensive and they all have problems. This pan, called the PushPan, is a really fantastic concept. There is a double layer thin silicon seal around the bottom of the pan, and the side of the pan is fixed (no latch). The silicon is similar to what you'd see on kitchen canister lids to keep items fresh inside.

The pan itself is a very nice quality - heavy for even baking and the finish appears to be high-quality nonstick coating. It arrived the day before my friend's birthday so I decided to give it a try on an oreo cheesecake. Usually I have butter from the oreo crust leaking out all over the oven and smoking up my kitchen when I make this, but in the PushPan it did not leak a bit! I was a little worried if the crust would stay intact when I pushed the cake out of the side ring of the pan, but it slid out without a problem. I just placed the whole pan on top of a 6" round pan that I have, and pulled the outside ring of the pan down, leaving the cheesecake in perfect condition sitting on its little platform. The nonstick worked well enough that I was able to also slide the cake off the bottom onto a platter for delivery and serving.

There was minimal clean up - a few oreo crumbs down around the top of the seal. I usually put everything in the dishwasher but this pan recommends hand washing so I followed those instructions. It cleaned easily.

The big tip with this pan is pre-oiling the sides before pushing the bottom in place. This helps the silicon slide out easier after baking. Also, it comes in a nice box with a picture of the pan and some baking tips, so it would make for easy wrapping as a gift.

Highly recommend - I'm super happy I found a no-leak pan!
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