Cake tin sizes

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Maryyem

Cake tin sizes

We are living abroad and the cake tins are very different in size to my tins at home. Can anyone advise on how much mixture should go into tins of different sizes. Cake recipe would be most welcome!

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Welshcookie

Cake tins

Could you be more specific? Could you give, perhaps, the metric measurements of the tins you have?

Are they bigger, smaller, shallower, or square instead of round?

For instance, a three egg sponge can be cooked in two tins or 1 deeper tin of the same size, or bigger, or smaller.

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Maryyem

Sizes

Hello Welshcookie! Thank you for responding my cake tins are
23cm x 4.5 deep
Tart tin 28cm round at the top and 25cm at the bottom with depth of 3cm
Loaf tin 23cm length it also has sloping sides so 25 at the top 8.5 is the width at the bottom and 11cm width at the top with a depth of 6.5cm
I have a spring form tin with a glass bottom! 26cm x 5cm deep
Square pan 20x20 4.5 cm deep. They are all Tefal bought out here in Angola. All my UK regular baking tins are in my shipment, goodness knows when it will arrive! Bakeware is difficult to find out here! Thanks for your help hope this makes sense to you!

 
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