If you can't cut in the pan, what DO you do instead?
I know cutting can ruin non stick surfaces but I haven't figured out what else to do with, for ex, lemon bars, frosted cakes, cheesecake squares and the like.
Second question, does anyone have experience with this product rusting? A problem I've been having with my current metal bakeware.
My Cooking level: Intermediate
asked 2 years, 3 months ago
Los Angeles, CA, USA
on USA Pan Rectangular Baking Pan, 9-in x13-in
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For cutting in these pans you can use any plastic, silicone or nylon cutting edge. I actually use a Cuisinart spatula because it is stiffer than others - but anything like that will do.
Also, these pans will not rust. They are completely coated -back and front -with a silicone coating. This makes them impervious to water. The only time you would run into trouble is if you started washing it in the dishwasher. They are labeled as hand wash only. The dishwasher will, over time, erode the coating which will expose the metal. So, if you hand wash this item every time you use it, it will last a long time - and never rust.
My Cooking level: Expert
When I'm in the Kitchen, I become: Self-proclaimed Gourmet
I tend to cook meals that are: Healthy
Cooking Idol/Inspiration: Ina Garten
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
CHEFS Catalog, Colorado Springs
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