2LB Loaf Tin Twin Pack, Heavy Duty, Tinplate, Ideal for Farmhouse & Standard Size Loaves by Lets Cook Cookware

June 5, 2018 - Comment

These 2LB (900g) loaf tins are made from Heavy Gauge Bakers Tin Steel and are Suitable for Commercial and Frequent Daily Use. Ideal for Farmhouse and Standard Size Loaves. Hand Made & British Made by Lets Cook Cookware. **Note** Tinplate will rust if refrigerated, soaked in water or left unseasoned. **To season** – Apply a

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These 2LB (900g) loaf tins are made from Heavy Gauge Bakers Tin Steel and are Suitable for Commercial and Frequent Daily Use. Ideal for Farmhouse and Standard Size Loaves. Hand Made & British Made by Lets Cook Cookware. **Note** Tinplate will rust if refrigerated, soaked in water or left unseasoned. **To season** – Apply a thin coat of vegetable shortening (Trex, Flora White or Cookeen) or lard to the inside and outside of the tin plate pan – make sure you coat all areas except the handle. Then, place your lined baking tray on the bottom rack of the oven, and the tin plate pan on the middle rack (so that the oil drains onto the lined baking tray). Bake tin plate pans using the regular times and temperatures your dishes generally use, so that you do not over bake the pan. Generally, 15 to 20 minutes should be enough. Pull the pan out of the oven, wipe dry with a clean cloth and let it cool. You’ll want your pan to become a dark brown or black color. Keep in mind that some pans may need a second or third coating before they are fully seasoned.

Product Features

  • 2LB (900g) Loaf Tin Twin Pack, Heavy Duty, Tinplate, Ideal for Farmhouse & Standard Size Loaves by Lets Cook Cookware
  • Style: Artisan Farmhouse – Traditional
  • Size – 7 inches x 4.5 inches x 3.5 inches deep
  • Hand Made, Coppered & Reinforced Frame, British Made
  • Suitable for Frequent & Daily Use.

Comments

tracey t says:

Deep loaf tin, better bread in my opinion I seasoned mine as per instructions with lard. Baked spelt bread in 1 and sultana loaf in other. Both baked nicely. I let it sit a minute or 2 in the tin and they both slid out of the tin, no probs. I wiped mine with a clean cloth, not in soapy water. Baked another 2 loaves but greased tins first, came out perfect. I used the same recipe I usually use and these came out better because the sides are quite deep. Bread doesn’t dry out so quick either.

lucy says:

Five Stars these are a fantastic my bread is great

Jeffco101 says:

Loaf tins Great tins, just a bit small

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