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Fat Daddio's Anodized Aluminum Round Cheesecake Pan with Removable Bottom, 7 Inch x 3 Inch
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- FITS PERFECTLY IN 6, and 8-QT PRESSURE COOKERS
- EASY CAKE RELEASE – Fat Daddio’s ProSeries Cheesecake pans, with re-moveable bottom, makes cake release simple and easy…just push.
- ANODIZED ALUMINUM - Our ‘Safe-Seal’ anodizing process creates a safer, stronger baking pan with no chemical additives, dyes, PTFE’s, or PFOA’s. Nothing that can transfer, peel, flake, or rust into your baking. It’s the ideal baking surface.
- HEATS AND COOLS QUICKER – By reflecting heat, rather than absorbing heat, ProSeries Cheesecake pans reach baking temperatures faster. Even heating allows for the highest possible rise. Once out of the oven they cool quicker preventing over-baking.
- BUILT BAKERY TOUGH - These are the same pans bakeries, commercial kitchens, and baking enthusiasts around the world depend on every day for professional results.
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Fat Daddio’s anodized aluminum bakeware reaches baking temperatures faster so your recipe can start doing its thing. Straight-sided and seamless, even-wall construction produces consistent heating for the best possible rise. No extra metal means quicker cooling times so your baking actually stops baking. ProSeries bakeware is anodized for safety and performance. Safe for citrus based foods and no cross-contamination. No extra metals or chemical coatings. Just the ideal baking surface. More durable. More versatile. Built Bakery Tough!
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Two, and MUCH more significantly, the silicone/glue used to adhere the label to the flat bottom of the pan. I worked on removing the stickiness for DAYS. Alcohol, Goo Gone, Dawn dish soap, plastic scrapers, duct tape, ALL of them failed. The thing that finally worked was a magic eraser and some serious elbow grease. Which completely messed up the finish. I cannot fathom how that was the best choice to use on this product. It absolutely bothers me that I had to try so many different chemicals to finally have a solution. That adhesive does NOT work at all with this pan.
The 7" size fits easily inside Instant Pots that are 6 quarts or larger. Check measurements of other pots before ordering, allowing for space around the sides.
Pan's 3" sides are a good height, allowing for full size dishes despite it having a reduced diameter.
Pan cooks evenly.
Bottom disk removes easily from the pan after baking if prepped in advance with nonstick spray, oil, butter, etc. To remove the disk from your cooked food it is advised to apply a circle of parchment paper to the inner disk and spray that, as well, prior to filling the pan with recipe ingredients.
Pan does not rust.
Pan is a good weight and does not warp when handled or during baking.
The adhesive used to attach the paper Fat Daddio's label to the pan bottom is still an issue. Why adhesive is used at all is a mystery. Following the advice of another reviewer I was able to get the adhesive off using non-acetone nail polish remover, which did not damage the finish of the pan.
The pan finish is somewhat delicate and must be washed by hand to prevent discoloring and possibly flaking, as reviewers who have washed it in a dishwasher have attested.
Care must be taken when removing foods from the pan. I used a smooth plastic non-sharp knife to release the sides of a cheesecake but even that cut a ring into the bottom inner edge of thin gray coating of the pan. In addition to lining the bottom of the pan with parchment paper, in the future I will line the sides of the pan, as well. Regardless, don't expect your Fat Daddio's pan to look new for very long.
Summary: This pan would achieve 5 stars if the outer coating wasn't so fragile.
Second, I found this by doing a search for a pan that fits a 6qt Instant Pot. Little did I realize that yes, it fits, but the default on the order page is 6"x3" when, in fact, you can order (in the pull down) a 7" which is really what fits best. Again, my bad, but just to keep you from making the same mistake.