I ordered 2, and they arrived quickly. I had 2 of 12-cavity silicone pans, and I ordered these because I needed more. Perfect to bake double batches of Madeleine recipes. I don't see any quality difference between these and my other one (cost more than twice). Works well for the purpose. Easy to store these because of the silicone's softness.
These pizza pans are really nice,didn't know what to expect with the price,but was overly surprised. They are just what rhey say they are ... pizza pans,sturdy and well made and from one of the top brands in bakeware. Love mine. Would recommend to anyone.
When I opened the package, I was *terribly disappointed. What a joke! The cavities were high enough for bar of soap. perhaps, but not for miniature loaves. They'd be flat. not shaped like a regular loaf. But I divided up a one-loaf recipe (3 cups flour, 1/4 tsp iSAF-nstant yeast, 1.5 tsp table salt, 1.5 cups water, 10 hours rise) into a dozen aliquots, let it proof 90 minutes and baked it. The bread was done before I expected, had the classic shape, and was pretty wonderful. This was my first use of silicone loaf pans. I use a pizza peel to put in and take out of the oven, though that's probably unnecessary. I now wish for an 8-cavity round (hamburger bun) pan, a four long rounded cavity pan fort hoagie rolls, and a 12-cavity pan with long round-bottons for breadsticks. For now, I guess I'll continue to use a cookie sheet sprinkled with grits, and a lot more effort. If you're using this for bread, it is probably important to get an electronic scale (I love my Salter 1020 Aquatronic Electronic Kitchen Scale) for portion control. (My recipe gives about 65 grams pre-bake weight, and the loaves weigh a little over 60 grams. If you're baking from a batter (cakes, etc), then you can eyeball it or use a measuring cup. Cleanup is almost unnecessary. With reasonable care, I'd be surprised if this pan didn't last at least a hundred batches of bread.
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