Parrish Magic Line 7.5 Inch x 3.5 Inch Medium Loaf Pan
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- Made in the USA
- Professional Quality
- Heavey Gauge Aluminum
- Excellent Heat Conduction
- Heat Shield Lip
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While it might give some folks a sense of comfort to know this pan is "made in the USA" of "natural" aluminum, neither of these things trumps food safety, especially the misleading term "natural." In this case "natural" is a misnomer - cookware/bakeware made of plain aluminum can contaminate your food with dissolved aluminum. I've been using anodized aluminum and other non-reactive bakeware for years to keep this from happening, and I should have known better. There are plenty of ways to pledge my allegiance to American-made products, but this isn't one of them.
Anodizing aluminum eliminates staining and leaching of metals and contamination that can occur with natural (reactive) aluminum or steel. Acidic ingredients (vinegar, citrus juice, sour cream, yogurt, buttermilk, chocolate, cocoa [not Dutch-processed], honey, molasses, brown sugar, fruits and maple syrup) can react to plain, uncoated aluminum, and they can transfer aluminum into your food. This is why most professional bakers use anodized aluminum bakeware.
The first time I used this pan I made a plain grain-free bread that calls for baking soda and buttermilk. This baking soda/acid combination is commonly used to leaven many grain-free/Paleo/gluten-free baked goods. The acidic ingredient boosts the lifting power of the baking soda in these breads that are often made with heavy nut flours.Read more ›
When I first got the 9 x 5 loaf pan I tried a Julia Child recipe I had never tried before. My hazelnut bread looked like the picture in the book. The crumb was moist and perfect. The cake was a honey-golden color. Although I've been baking for a while now, this is the first time my crumb was exactly as pictured. Great pan!!
Since then, I have baked many cakes and breads in this pan and have never had anything but beautiful results.
I always grease the pan and then put a piece of parchment on the bottom. Then I grease the parchment and lightly flour the pan. My baked goods release in pristine condition.
Whatever I bake in this pan comes out looking professional. The mitered corners give the breads/cakes a professionally finished look.
Pans listed as Parrish and pans listed as Magic Line are the same thing. Magic Line is the name for Parrish's cake pans and is stamped on the bottom of each pan.
Today I baked cranberry orange bread, pumpkin walnut bread, and a gingerbread loaf. I baked the pumpkin in the 9 inch Magic Line pan for 55 minutes. I baked the other two in non-stick 8 inch pans for about 40 minutes. The pumpkin loaf was different from the other two in that the sides did not get hard - they were as moist as the interior. Even at 9 inches, the loaf came out very easily with no damage. I plan to order more and plan to get rid of my non-stick although they are new. I cannot recommend these pans enough!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good size for some recipes. Though must be prepared well as breads will stickPublished 2 months ago by PSH
Over priced for what you get. Everything sticks terribly to it so be sure to use parchment paper when baking with this.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
We bought one of these loaf pans almost two years ago and are ordering another. We bake our own breads every week and enjoy the even baking results with this well-made, heavy-duty... Read morePublished 8 months ago by brian king