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- Pan measures 15 inches/38 cm length by 9.25 inches/23.5 cm width by 1 inch/2.5 cm deep
- Pan makes 6 standard donuts at a time, each 3.5 inches/9cm diameter
- Durable nonstick coating helps ensure effortless food release
- Recipes and instructions included
- Hand washing recommended
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Cut the grease and extra calories of deep fried donuts by baking them instead in Norpro's Nonstick Donut Pan. The pan makes 6 standard donuts that are 3.5 inches wide. The durable nonstick coating helps ensure effortless food release and clean up a breeze. Recipes and instructions included. Hand washing recommended.
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Update: 27 September 2017- I just used this pan and it's very nice. I made bagel biscuits in it this morning. I didn't use any cooking spray and they slid right out the pan. Clean up was easy as well. Highly recommend! Some of the biscuits are missing from the photo cos they were eaten. Hehe! Tasty!
Update: 13 November 2017- I just made some baked sour cream donuts. They came out really good! But the only thing is that I tested the pan for the non stick. It doesn’t work. You need to spray the pan with bakers joy or some type of coating spray. 2 of my donuts didn’t come out the pan as I hoped and they stuck in there. Now I have the pan soaking in soap water. So I’ll check it in a bit after I eat the messed up donut that didn’t come out. I already shoved down 1 and at least it tasted good.
The doughnuts did not pop out when I turned the pan over, but they easily came out when I started to run a rubber spatula around them--perfect condition.
The only odd part is that the undersides (the part that sits in the pan) do not look like doughnuts. They look more like little cups on that side. It's actually quite versatile, once you get used to the difference--you could fill the depression with jam, berries, whipped cream. So, depending on how you place them on a plate, you can have doughnuts or dessert cups (albeit dessert cups with very small inner cavities!).