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  • n. Plural form of springform.


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  • Tia Aug 21 what do you think of the glass bottom springforms vs metal? handcrank flashlight Aug 21

    Why use a springform pan? | Baking Bites

  • I also made it in a bunt pan, which is all I had, no 10 inch springforms on short notice :

    double chocolate layer cake | smitten kitchen

  • These were supposed to be made in small tart pans, but I only have the trusty heart shaped springforms.

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  • Discovered by chance by a Du Pont chemist, this easy-to-clean surface, requiring neither butter nor oil, can now be found on just about everything we cook in and on—for example, bread and cake pans, muffin tins, springforms, egg poachers, griddles.

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  • I frequently prepare quiches in springforms I didn’t know the English term but obviously it’s the same as in German and I’d say the trick is to put the springform in the fridge or freezer for half an hour after you have lined it with the dough.

    over-the-top (irksome) quiche | smitten kitchen

  • Also, worth noting and believe me, budget or not, I’m always struggling with which pans are worth buying due to a desire not to own every cooking implement on earth is that you can bake regular cakes in springforms, but you it’s harder to bake cakes that need springforms in regular pans.

    brownie mosaic cheesecake | smitten kitchen


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