What kind of cake tins are best?

I’m not sure what kind of cake tins are best. Can you check these links below and tell me if they’re any good please. And any tips on what type of cake tins you should choose.




Thank you

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3 Responses to “What kind of cake tins are best?”

  1. Dune says:

    Only the centre link worked on google and that seems to be ok.

    After washing them each time, dry them and put them into the oven that has been warmed as the joins tend to hold water and that is where they will rust. Put in upside down

  2. Chiralty says:

    If you can, I recommend getting a tin that has a simpler shape, and one with a tab you can use to scrape the bottom of the cake
    (like this http://www.amazon.co.uk/20cm-Sandwich-Cutter-2-5cm-deep/dp/B003FTHKNS/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_3?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1367491300&sr=1-3-fkmr2&keywords=cutter+bar+pan )
    or a pan with a loose bottom or side (like so http://www.amazon.co.uk/Premier-Housewares-Stick-Spring-Form/dp/B008D0M7O6/ref=sr_1_54?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1367491125&sr=1-54&keywords=cake+tin or http://www.amazon.co.uk/Alan-Silverwood-Loose-Based-Sandwich/dp/B000GW89SC/ref=sr_1_155?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1367491231&sr=1-155&keywords=cake+pan )

    I say this because sometimes cakes really stick to the pan, and it can be really difficult to get them out without chunks of it sticking, which can sometimes ruin the entire cake (which is no fun!)

  3. mijanur says:

    I think if you can, I recommend getting a tin that has a simpler shape.
    I say this because sometimes cakes really stick to the pan.

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