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USA Pan Bakeware Aluminized Steel 1 Pound Loaf Pan
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- Made in the USA Aluminized Steel 1 Pound Loaf Pan, commercial grade and heavy gauge - measures 8.5 x 4.5 x 2.75 inch
- Unique corrugated surface design facilitates air circulation for evenly baked goods and quick release
- Coated with Americoat - a silicone that is PTFE, PFOA and BPA free
- 65% recycled steel and life-time warranty
- USA Pan is a Bundy Family Company that has proudly manufactured high quality bakeware and provided jobs in the USA for over 50 years
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Top Customer Reviews
Best of all - It's proudly made in the USA.
Yes, it's more expensive than some Made in China pan, but the quality of this pan ensures me I will have it for many, many years.
In every case, the lucky loaf in the USA Pan rises higher, has a better crust, does not develop "scorch" coloring, and has a lovely even shape. The only down side is that it does not have a handy little rim to grab the pan by, which the cheap pans do, but frankly I don't care because the quality difference is so great!
The loaves in the other two cheap pans do not fare as well. In fact, before I bought a USA Pan, I was wondering what I was doing wrong with the yeasted bread, because the loaves would often bulge and puff in strange places. But the loaf in the USA pan bakes perfectly, so now I know there's nothing wrong with my technique -- there's something wrong with those cheap pans! ALSO, the cheap pans ALWAYS make the loaves "stick" in one or more places where they have literally burned onto the pan, and I have to run a knife around and do some sawing and scraping to get the loaves out. But the USA Pan releases its loaf cleanly, EVERY TIME; I simply tip the pan, and out the loaf comes. Lovely!
I have seen other reviews that complain about the "crack" in the corners. I am a perfectionist and a neatnik myself, and so far the crack does not bother me. Since the loaves come out so cleanly, I don't feel that anything really gets into the cracks in the first place. Sometimes I use my fingernail to flick out some crumbs left behind, but that's all. I don't think it should stop you from buying this pan.
I'm going to buy two more USA pans as soon as I can, and when I do, I will get rid of my old pans. I love that this pan is made in the USA.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love the USA pans this is the second one I bought. there is no need to oil the pan and everything comes out easy. I would buy USA Pans again. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Bonnie
You will never need to buy another bread pan again! This is a professional-grade, heavy duty pan. The corrugated sides and bottom let air circulate during the baking process. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Alice M. Grove
same as the other pan. Great Bakeware. Hope it lasts for my forever and whomever else uses it after me.Published 6 days ago by Dennis R. Brown also April Brown
I've been replacing old pans as needed with USA. Great pans, easy to clean,bake evenly and don't overbrown yeast bread at higher heat or long times in the oven. Read morePublished 14 days ago by JK
The good news is that the pans have plenty of weight and the non-stick coating is excellent. We have other USA Pans and love them. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Darryl B.
Bakes a nice quick bread loaf! Only 4 stars because it rusts. Don't let it soak in water!Published 1 month ago by Joni M.
I love this loaf pan for baking all different kinds of bread!!! The weight and quality is outstanding!!! Clean-up is so easy!! You can't go wrong buying this pan!!Published 1 month ago by Carla D. Avant