Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Kitchen Tip: Bread Pans




Ever turn your bread out of your pans to cool, only to find a little piece stuck here and there???

Me too! But not anymore...

I've mentioned a tip before about cast iron- not washing it, just wiping it out, or "washing it" with a type of fat. Well, this same notion works for bread pans too!

I always butter my pans before I bake in them and now, I've stopped washing them and only wipe them out with a dry cloth or paper towel. This leaves a little fat in the pans- which is MUCH better than leaving little chunks of stuck bread! ;-)

Now, my bread slides right out, every time!

(and I get to skip washing a couple of extra pans, hee hee)

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5 comments:

Organized Nutrition said...

I use stone pans and NEVER wash them...even with water... I just scrap off the little leftovers and put them away... use palm oil the next use and all is well!

Joy said...

great idea! Thanks Donna!

Alea said...

Fascinating! I am willing to give this a try, especially since it means less work. ;-)

Donna said...

Denai- would love to have stone ware, bet it cooks so cool!

Joy- thank U!

Alea- lol, my kind of thinkin' exactly! :-)

Gina said...

I would have never thought of this! Thanks for the tip! I make lots of bread!
Gina