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Baby Toddler Grid Flounced Velcro Closure Sandals
Baby Toddler Grid Flounced Velcro Closure Sandals Review
Lefty Frizzell "Lefty": Use PAM or a baking spray with flour on it. I havent tried it with cooking oil or parchment yet. But, like anything with wholes in it if the crust isnt dried and floured, it's gonna sag thru the holes. I'm going to buy some of those silicon baking sheets for it.
moxie: This is not a deep dish pie pan... maybe I didn't read the description very well, but it seems to be rather small. The kids are using it to heat up their pizza slices and rolls in the oven because the perforations allow quick warming. Make sure you pre-spray with pam because if you burn something in it, it does not clean very easily.
NCDave "Dave": I like these pans. They are sturdy and well made. The perforations in the bottom help the cust to brown more evenly. I am happy with my purchase
Stacia R. Roesler: When making pies from very juicy fruits, a non-perforated pan will cause the crust to be soggy. These pans avoid that problem---it's that simple. And, these are great pans: a nice size and a good thickness. I love them, and am ordering more since I've given away to friends the two I had. Good perforated pans are tough to find! Here's a terrific and simple recipe to try, and especially useful for using up pears (if you have a tree or someone sent you a pear basket), but you need THESE PANS to make it:PEAR TARTUse any crust recipe or prepared crust. Prick the crust with a fork, and bake crust alone at 400 degrees until browned (about 10 minutes).Slice 5 ripe pears and arrange in crust. In a plastic quart-size bag, knead 1/3 cup butter, 3/4 cup flour, 1/2 cup suger, and about 1/2 tsp of cinnamon until it is crumbly. (You can do this in a bowl too with your hands or with a pastry knife, but using the plastic bag method saves mess and the kids can help.) Sprinkle the crumble on top of the sliced pears, and bake til golden brown (about 45 minutes) at 400. Cool about an hour, and serve the same day (topping gets soggy otherwise)---you'll get rave reviews! As a variation, you can also add to the pears about 1/4 cup of rough-chopped cranberries (adds tartness, kids usually don't like this variation) or whole dried cherries (kid-friendly).
Wolfee1: I got two of the CHICAGO METALLIC COMMERCIAL PERFORATED PIE PANS, SET 2, and they Performed Great, They come in sets of two, and this is the Pie Pan if you want a Perfect Pie Crust, because of the Perforations. I never used that horrible, no good for you, White Vegetable Shortening that people mix with the Butter for Flakier Crusts, I only use Butter and my Crusts are the Best, so well Baked and Flaky, I wash them by hand and they are very Strong, I'm glad I got them, I've been using them for about two years and they still look like New... They are Great! Thank You