Just like anything in life you need the proper tools to get good results. When it comes to cooking that couldn’t be more accurate. We’ve all had an experience cooking with a cheap pot or baking tray, where your beautiful home made food sticks or burns (hate wasting food).
Lets not sugar coat this – there are a few factors like not focusing on the cook time, or not adding the right ingredients to the mix, but most times it comes down to the cooking and bakeware that you use. So it’s no surprise that investing in the right bakeware can help you save and serve beautiful home cooking just the way you like it. Below we’ve got a few tips and suggestions that will hopefully steer you in the right direction when it comes to bakeware.
This high-quality carbon steel bakeware from Wiltshire has a non-stick coating, is super easy to clean and they have a wide range to suit all your baking needs. If you follow us on social media you will see we always use our tart tin for making our signature Clean Banoffee Pie, it’s super easy to remove the base – it just pops right out. The loaf tin is perfect for Banana bread that slips right out and our cake tin gets thrashed in the raw cheesecake department as well. To check out this affordable range sold through Briscoes click here.
When we entertain or if we know that people will be seeing our baking, we love to use this funky old school retro style Wiltshire bakeware. The range is enamel, highly scratch resistant and because they look super cool we often use them to serve food in as well. You name it, whenever we have a special occasion feast, Christmas, Easter or Birthdays you will be sure to see our food in this funky set. To check out this affordable range sold through Briscoes click here.
CARING FOR YOUR BAKEWARE:
Taking extra care with your bakeware will ensure that it lasts longer and continues to perform and produce beautiful food. Below are a few simple tips that you can use to ensure your bakeware will last for years to come.
1. Always wash your bakeware with hot soapy water and avoid scrubbing with a hard bristle brush or steel scrubber.
2. Take care when storing. Stacking is fine, but be careful not to scratch the surfaces with other pots and pans.
3. When serving from the trays, always use non-stick plastic serve ware that won’t cut or scrape the bakeware
4. If baking directly in the pans, without baking paper, be sure to coat the tray with nonstick spray for extra insurance from sticking, an extra spritz on the tops of the pans where batter or food might cling is especially helpful.
To encourage you to get your bake on we have x3 Wiltshire Enamel Bakeware sets worth over $240 each to giveaway.
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