About Silicone Bakeware
Posted: 17 November 2007 09:58 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Do you need to spray non-stick Silicone bakeware? I purchased some non-stick silicone bakeware, thinking they didn’t need to be sprayed. I can’t say I particularly care for this type of bakeware yet. So far, I have found if I don’t spray first, everything sticks. However I have read, if you allow things cool completely first (w/o spraying) that silicone pans release better.

Q. Is this true? This might be fine for cakes and sweet breads, but I prefer to eat muffins hot. I made muffins tonight, spraying only half the molds. The sprayed hot muffins came out ok, with a lovely crust. Upon removing, the unsprayed ones stuck and tore apart.

Q. Does Rose have a link, where she has posted her tips for using silicone bakeware? I read a post from Rose on the Sarah Phillips’ Baking 911 Board, and would like learn more and use her tips.

To Sarah: >> i’ve also put your name on the invitation list for a very marvelous upcoming event where i’ll be teaching what i know about silicone bakeware and the (food magazine) editors will get to bake with it. it’s on june 22, 12-2. hope you got the invitation and will be able to make it. warm regards, rose >>

http://baking911.proboards27.com/index.cgi?board=mynycitycreampuffbakery&action=display&thread=1150306806

Thank you in advance,
Sharon Anne

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Posted: 18 November 2007 11:57 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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Yes Sharon, there is a pdf file on Rose’s blog that explains how to use those types of products.  You can do a search to locate it.  I’m pretty sure that Rose generally sprays silicone because “nothing is truly nonstick.”

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Posted: 18 November 2007 05:54 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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sharonanne - 18 November 2007 01:58 AM

Do you need to spray non-stick Silicone bakeware? I purchased some non-stick silicone bakeware, thinking they didn’t need to be sprayed. I can’t say I particularly care for this type of bakeware yet. So far, I have found if I don’t spray first, everything sticks. However I have read, if you allow things cool completely first (w/o spraying) that silicone pans release better.

Q. Is this true? This might be fine for cakes and sweet breads, but I prefer to eat muffins hot. I made muffins tonight, spraying only half the molds. The sprayed hot muffins came out ok, with a lovely crust. Upon removing, the unsprayed ones stuck and tore apart.

Q. Does Rose have a link, where she has posted her tips for using silicone bakeware? I read a post from Rose on the Sarah Phillips’ Baking 911 Board, and would like learn more and use her tips.

Thank you in advance,
Sharon Anne

Hi Sharonanne - Rose uses baker’s joy spray in/on her silicone bakeware.  I haven’t used silicone baking pans yet, but I love my silpat silicone liners and never spray them.  If you do a search on the blog for silicone, you’ll get tons of posts on the subject.

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