Posted on | November 27, 2007 | 4 Comments
I bought a silicone loaf pan on impulse about a year ago in Dunnes Stores. It cost €6 and it looks similiar to this one:
I have found it excellent. Really easy to use, no need for greasing the tin or awkward lining the tin with greaseproof paper. The banana bread mixture now just pours straight in and the loaf is removed by turning the “tin” upside down, once its cooked. No hassle.
It is openproof to 230 degrees C. Its freezer and microwave proof and dishwasher safe.
The only very minor disadvantage is, it is obviously not as rigid as a metal loaf tin so the banana bread is more rectangular shaped when its cooked.
This minor change, is definitely more than compensated for, with the convenience of using this silicone loaf pan.
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