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Old 19-06-2005, 11:17 PM
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Default Teflon-Coated Tube Pan for Angelfood Cake?

My regular aluminum tube pan is packed for moving and I only have a teflon-
coated tube pan available for baking. If it's scrupulously clean and oil
free (a la dishwasher) will it work for an angelfood cake?

TIA

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Old 20-06-2005, 05:45 PM
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In article , Wayne Boatwright
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My regular aluminum tube pan is packed for moving and I only have a
teflon-
coated tube pan available for baking. If it's scrupulously clean and oil
free (a la dishwasher) will it work for an angelfood cake?

TIA



Personally, I think it will. Even though it's non-stick, I'm betting
you can get enough stickage-via-baking to let the batter climb. It'll
probably be easy to clean. :-) And I'd be careful when inverting it to
hang to cool. Let us know.
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Old 20-06-2005, 06:24 PM
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On Mon 20 Jun 2005 09:45:02a, Melba's Jammin' wrote in rec.food.cooking:

In article , Wayne Boatwright
wrote:

My regular aluminum tube pan is packed for moving and I only have a
teflon- coated tube pan available for baking. If it's scrupulously
clean and oil free (a la dishwasher) will it work for an angelfood
cake?

TIA



Personally, I think it will. Even though it's non-stick, I'm betting
you can get enough stickage-via-baking to let the batter climb. It'll
probably be easy to clean. :-) And I'd be careful when inverting it to
hang to cool. Let us know.


Thanks, Barb. I'll give it a shot, either tonight or tomorrow night. I'm
using the recipe for chocolate angelfood cake from The Cake Bible. I'll
post back.

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