Loaf tin liners
Posted: 01 January 2011 03:51 PM   [ Ignore ]
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Happy new year to all.
I just baked two loaves using my recently purchased loaf tin liners and i could’nt remove the liners from the bread it was like trying to peel the crust off!.Any ideas?

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Posted: 01 January 2011 04:24 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 1 ]
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frontslide - 01 January 2011 07:51 PM

Happy new year to all.
I just baked two loaves using my recently purchased loaf tin liners and i could’nt remove the liners from the bread it was like trying to peel the crust off!.Any ideas?

Did you spray the interior of the liners with oil prior to using?

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Posted: 02 January 2011 05:20 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 2 ]
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CharlesT - 01 January 2011 08:24 PM
frontslide - 01 January 2011 07:51 PM

Happy new year to all.
I just baked two loaves using my recently purchased loaf tin liners and i could’nt remove the liners from the bread it was like trying to peel the crust off!.Any ideas?

Did you spray the interior of the liners with oil prior to using?

No i presumed purchasing “non stick” tin liners would eliminate all of that, if not, what is the point of their existence you may as well just grease the tin?

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Posted: 02 January 2011 05:37 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 3 ]
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frontslide - 02 January 2011 09:20 PM

No i presumed purchasing “non stick” tin liners would eliminate all of that, if not, what is the point of their existence you may as well just grease the tin?

A perfectly reasonable thing to think.  The reality is that non-stick never is 100% non-stick and some baked goods will stick to them.  That’s why when you prepare a non-stick bake pan, you still spray it like you would if it were plain metal.  And then you put in parchment and then spray the parchment.

Although this is a lot of trouble and you may wonder why bother with the parchment/liners, this belts + suspenders strategy does ensure your baked goods don’t stick to the pans, which can destroy them when you force them out.  For cupcakes, I don’t care if the cake sticks to the liners, so I don’t spray them, but I always spray the liners for layer cakes.

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Posted: 02 January 2011 06:21 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 4 ]
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