9 inch sandwich tins

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Sue (Heather&Sue Bake for You)

9 inch sandwich tins

I need to be cooking 9" sponge sandwiches for a craft fair. Delia has always recommended deeper tins but unfortunately her range only goes up to 8". I could use cake tins which are deeper but the silverwood range does not recommend using the cake tins for sponges .... I don't know why. Any ideas for a good sandwich tin that's 9" and deeper than1 1/2" please? I'm not very keen on the spring form tins.

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Welshcookie

Sandwich tins

Is there a specific reason they have to be 9 inch rather than the standard 7 - 8 inch?

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Sue (Heather&Sue Bake for You)

9" sandwich tins

The tea room has always used that size in the past.
Cuts into 12 decent size pieces!

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Welshcookie

9 inch tins

Then perhaps they could tell you where to get the tins!

To be fair I'm sure any competent kitchen shop, on-line or real, could supply them. Sandwich tins come in every size from 6 inch up.

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Welshcookie

9 inch tin

I've just looked at the kitchen shop website (Cardiff, Bath & Bristol) and they do a Silverwood Sandwich tin of 9 inches. They do mail order.

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Sue (Heather&Sue Bake for You)

9" sandwich tins

Thanks for your help. I will have a look. I know there are plenty of 9inch sandwich tins about it's just I want them to be a bit deeper than the normal sandwich tin. I can always go with a cake tin! Love the puffin. My daughter lives in Pembrokeshire so often down there visiting.

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Welshcookie

9 in tin

Have you been out to Skomer to see the puffins?

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sam from worthing

9 inch sandwich tin


not so much a matching pair but an individual 9 inch tin that is 3 inches deep.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Silverwood-Silver-Anodised-9inch-Cake/dp/B003M9ZJYS/ref=sr_1_16?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1408719203&sr=1-16&keywords=9+inch+cake+tins

many sorry's for posting a link, slapped wrists and am already sat in the corner.

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Welshcookie

Wedding cake

I've been itching to post a link on Lindsey's bit for the lady who wants to scale up a wedding cake. Even though she's away I haven't dared!!

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Just retired

Wedding cake

I would love to know what you wanted to write! I have now done an 11" and a 14", so just an 8" to go, which should be plain sailing. Just retired.

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Welshcookie

Wedding cake

The site I wanted to recommend is Imaginative Icing which has a good printable chart. It doesn't do a 14 inch. That size is very daunting. Not the baking, but manipulating the sheet of fondant to cover it.

How many portions are you serving?? An army??

Cardboard boxes are usually easily obtainable for storage. Most kitchen shops will have them, I should think. Otherwise just wrap the cake in greaseproof or parchment.

Unless you have further use for a really large plastic box I would not go down that route.

Oh, and for a really flat cake, turn it upside down. If you search out Rita's recipes on this site you will find a lot of help for the 'cake of a lifetime!'

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Sue (Heather&Sue Bake for You)

9 inch sandwich tins

Not yet but its on the list of things to do.

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Sue (Heather&Sue Bake for You)

9 inch sandwich tins

Many thanks. May order these. You can come out the corner now!

 
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