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    Default Really really vague Question!! silicon bakeware cake pans

    I'm just wondering; I have one of those silicon bakeware cake pans and I was just thinking is it necessary to line one of these?
    In my old "metal" tins I would always line with baking paper but would it be okay not to in the silicone ones?


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    You don't have to line them as far as I know. I have some but haven't ever used them LOL.

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    You aren't supposed to have to line them, but my MIL curses them and hates the things, as they always stick. She threw hers out!
    I just use the metal ones. I can't bring myself to use a silicon one.

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    I don't use them, but each time I have seen them used they were lined.

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    I didn't line mine and it was fine Ash

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    Thanks for the responses.
    Will try it out not lined and see how we go.
    Will report back in an hour!

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    i've used the muffin ones heaps - if they're cooled in the pan first, they don't seem to stick - but i would think if you're using a cake tray and you have the lining there, i'd use it...

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    Yeah I've had issues with my silicone sticking. Heaps infact, I got rid of it because it was just wasn't worth it.

    I dunno what I've done wrong but it wasn't worth it.

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    Well... it doesn't look like it's stuck but because of the amount of chocolate in it it's still very "piecy" so i have to wait for it to cool before i take it out or it will fall apart!
    I did forget to spray first though. Oh well... Making a second lot anyway so if the first one fails the first one is ours so it's all good.

    ETA: It worked fine, no sticking!!!
    Last edited by The[cookie]Doctor; June 12th, 2008 at 01:41 AM. Reason: eta

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