Exclusively Sold On Amazon Today: Mister Kitchenware 12-cup Silicone Muffin Pan
(EMAILWIRE.COM, September 26, 2014 ) Chattanooga, Tennessee -- Silicone muffin pans have gotten the attention of modern bakers lately and it's no wonder why there are a lot of brands available in the market. One of them is Mister Kitchenware 12-cup Silicone Muffin Pan, which is made from 100 percent food-grade silicone, the safest silicone product.
Mister Kitchenware muffin pan can be bent, twisted or folded for saving space in tiny cupboards. The pans can also be stacked on top of each other and there is no worry about them sticking together.
Aside for use in baking cupcakes o muffins, the pans can also be used for freezing sauces, fish, or flavored popsicles. The pan can be used as a container and for heating or storing baked goods.
"Before using the pan for the first time, it is advised to wash the pan with soap and warm water or simply place it in the dishwasher. To condition the pan's surface, lightly grease with a non-stick spray. After that, you can only occasionally grease the pan to maintain its non-stick surface," says Chris Moal, Mister Kitchenware representative.
Before filling the Silicone pans with batter, place the pan on a sturdy cookie sheet in order to make getting into and out of the over easier. If baking cupcakes and muffins fill the pans up to 2/3 full with batter. Make sure that muffins are baked only with a preheat oven. When the muffin tops turn golden brown, they are done. Let the pan cool for a few minutes before releasing the muffins from the pan.
About Mister Kitchenware
Mister Kitchenware is an up incoming bake ware organization specializing in silicone kitchenware. They supply standard Kitchen products for general customers worldwide. The company is aimed at giving bakers experts and novices alike a good experience with baking.
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