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Nordic Ware Pro Cast Bavaria Bundt Pan


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Bavaria
  • Cast aluminum
  • Non-stick black finish
  • Easy and effortless clean up
  • 10 cup capacity
  • Made in the USA
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Product Details

Shape: Bavaria
  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 9.2 x 3.8 inches ; 1.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00005NCWY
  • Item model number: 53624
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (371 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,412 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Shape: Bavaria

Product Description

Crisp, clean geometric patterns decorate the Bavaria Bundt pan making it a beautiful addition at any table. Made by Nordic Ware, the cast-aluminum pan is able to provide sharp detail on every cake you bake. Interior nonstick coating makes for easy release and cleanup time after time. Proudly made in the USA by Nordic Ware.

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Made of heavy cast aluminum for excellent heat conductivity, this ornately fluted pan is ideal for baking festive cakes. The pan's heat-reflective exterior ensures the cakes will be uniformly browned. It's also perfect for molding salads and chilled desserts. The interior is coated with durable nonstick to ensure fluting details remain when food is released and to provide for easy hand washing in soapy water. The pan measures 9 inches in diameter and holds 10 to 12 cups. Exceptionally durable, it carries a 20-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack


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Customer Reviews

Very heavy and quality pan.
E.H.
This bundt cake pan is very heavy and makes a beautifully designed cake that comes out of the pan easily.
Debra Pyle
I baked small bundt cakes often and this pan will make perfect size for gifts.
Suzanne Tran

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

127 of 130 people found the following review helpful By Getitright TOP 1000 REVIEWER on August 17, 2010
Item Shape: Original, 12-Cup Verified Purchase
I have used the same NordicWare Pro Cast Original Bundt Pan for OVER 21 years with NO problems! (I bought this one as a gift for my Daughter and she is enjoying the same success.) Nordic Ware Pro Cast Original Bundt Pan. But you should NEVER USE ANY KIND OF SOAP on your NordicWare pans!!
After you have removed the cake, simply fill the HOT pan with tap water and let it sit a few minutes, Now use a SOFT BRUSH (the Way Clean 33030 Bottle Brush is AWESOME!) to swirl around inside the pan of water to loosen all crumbs. Rinse pan and set upside down in still hot oven. When dry, it is ready to use again!
Also, food release spray is ALL I use and my cakes NEVER stick. (Amazon carries a GREAT one: MOTHER'S Olive Oil Pan Coating , 6-Ounce Units (Pack of 4) which I use on ALL my pans - on the cook top or in the oven.) Here's the secret: HEAT the Bundt pan in the OVEN as it preheats! Then (when batter is ready) remove the pan, spray well all over inside the hot pan. (Spray may pool in the bottom of the pan - no problem!) Pour in your batter and bake immediately.
When the cake is done, set it on top of a cake box or other cardboard box to cool for 10 minutes. Line a jellyroll pan with parchment paper and tap the cooled cake firmly (upside down) over the paper. It will fall out perfectly. Now fill the hot pan with tap water, etc. for the next time.
Following this method will insure you a LIFETIME of glorious SUCCESS with your NordicWare Bundt pan! ENJOY!!
(This pan holds 12 cups of batter, so it makes a LARGE cake unless you fill it just halfway and make two cakes.)
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44 of 44 people found the following review helpful By C. Bixel on December 15, 2003
Item Shape: Bavaria Verified Purchase
Another wonderful bundt pan by Nordic Ware. They have mastered the bundt pan market. I have several pans and all, including this one, bake evenly. Best of all they turn out of the pan in one piece with such detail. They look beautiful, there is really no special trick to get the cakes to unmold so nicely, but I have found that if I butter and flour the pan, then let the cake cool for twenty minutes before unmolding they come out great every time. You will only need a little powered sugar for decoration. I also recommend the star bundt by Nordic ware. It is perhaps a more stricking design than this pan, but, use both for variety.
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80 of 85 people found the following review helpful By KQ on August 23, 2006
Item Shape: Castle
I love this pan. From the first time I saw it displayed in the kitchen store, surrounded by raw sugar "sand" and a pail and shovel, I was charmed. My imagination took hold and I had to have it.

First of all, it bakes up just like any other bundt cake, so long as you get each nook and cranny of the pan interior with flour-added cooking spray. (It's right there on the grocer's shelf next to the regular spray.) If you do that one simple step, I guarantee that this cake will release from the pan perfectly every time! I like yellow cake for that sandy color - no need to frost this cake! Oh, and take care not to over-fill the pan... make a few extra cupcakes if you need to with any leftover batter.

Presentation options are endless! I use turbinado sugar "sand", sprinkled all over, and chocolate rocks for a natural look. I've added chocolate seashells for a beachy look, and once sugar cookie starfish... On another version, fondant "ladybugs" and "butterflies" frolicked about the castle walls. Don't forget to add flags to the turrets, especially if it's someone's birthday cake! Most of all, have fun and enjoy the compliments!
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Item Shape: Bavaria
I prefer Bundt cakes to layer cakes, possibly it's laziness, as it's easier to drip glaze on a Bundt and also it's a lot simpler to carry, slice and serve it when traveling to some party or event. Plus I rather prefer pound-type cakes to fluffier ones. According to a video from America's Test Kitchen that I watched last week, the name "Bundt" comes from "gathered" meaning, it's replicating a turban, a Viennese tribute to the defeat of the Turks. And like turbans, there are a myriad of shapes and sizes. This pan is a classic, but has a swirl design that is quite attractive, and it's full sized (9 inch) because some of the very unusual shapes (roses, for example) are generally smaller pans and while convenient to bake for a small family, the usual recipes I have are for the larger pans. And if I'm baking a cake, I'm going to make LOTS of cake. You can always freeze some, and in any case, cakes should be shared.

This pan bakes evenly, it's heavy enough to prevent over browning on the edges. It makes about 18 servings, depending on how thickly you slice the cake.

Here's the hint that saved me literally from punting the bundt pan into the trash after one cake simply refused to release from the pan, and after I'd have a few stick in places, able to be mended with glaze, but irritating all the same. Are you ready? Melt a Tbs of butter and mix it with a Tbs of flour. Use a pastry brush and paint EVERY crevice with this thick mixture. The cake will fairly FLY out of the pan after you cool it on a rack and then invert it. I never saw a cake jump out of the pan that quickly. Not a divot to be seen. Perfect.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By karphi on May 16, 2009
Item Shape: Original, 12-Cup
I was using a lower grade bundt pan for my pound cakes. No matter how well I prepared the pan (using shortening and dusted with flour), the baked cake always stuck to the pan. This pan is well worth the money. Cake bakes evenly with no cold spots and never, ever sticks. Cake slides out evenly with no difficulty. Makes a beautiful presentation. It washes up very nicely and is very durable. Will be very difficult to put a dent in this pan! I highly recommend this bakeware! Sorry I did not purchase it sooner.
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