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You won't regret buying this!,
This review is from: Nordic Ware Platinum Collection Original 10- to 15-Cup Bundt Pan (Kitchen)
After getting rid of a disastrous Bundt Pan which came as a gift, I went with what America's Test Kitchen suggested - The NordicWare Platinum Series Cast Aluminium 12-cup Bundt Pan. I couldn't believe what I saw, it was as if a professional chef made the cake!! Perfectly even browning, beautiful well-defined shape - just perfect!
I am now adding one more to my wish list, and I am going to stick with the Test Kitchen's advice.
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Initial post: Jul 28, 2014 3:25:53 PM PDT
Foxtrot Brit says:
I see all the comments about the necessity of greasing then dusting with fine a grain flour (and cooling on rack for 10 minutes). Great advice. Thanks. However, I have Celiac Disease and unfortunately can-NOT use the Wondra flour (which is indeed Wondrous!). Are there any other Celiacs out there who could advise me vis-a-vis what to use instead of flour, OR if whether they might have been successful in getting their Bundt cakes out of the pan withOUT the dusting of flour? Many thanks. Kay
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 2, 2014 6:11:03 PM PDT
If you spray it really well, it should release. If you want to coat the pan, you can use sugar or cocoa (if making chocolate cake).
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 8, 2015 12:35:54 PM PST
Kimberlee Jewell says:
almond flour or coconut flour should work
In reply to an earlier post on Jan 8, 2015 3:57:15 PM PST
I spray my pans with baking spray and then dust with white sugar. I have not had a cake stick and it gives it a pretty shine and a slight crunch that is quite nice.
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