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Noreen, Board Moderator

Baking trays

I've got a random selection of baking trays and tins, but I never seem to have the right size for what I want to make. How does that happen?

Mind you, we are talking about things built to last on another thread, I have had the same roasting tin for about 20 years, it was definitely worth the investment to buy a good one, even though it seemed really expensive at the time.

Do you go go down the cheap or expensive route for tins and trays?

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JAMES

Baking Trays.

I know what you mean, I never seem to have the right sized dish for any recipe I'm doing.

Price wise, I go mid way. Don't see the point of buying cheapos three or four times a year like some people I know do.

My yorkshire pudding tray is Kenwood, was £15, I suppose its a cupcake tin really, but I use it for yorkies. I get 6 wonderfully large fluffy yorkies from it, its really solid.

(and I get slightly annoyed if anyone wants one, cos they are MINE!)

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Essex Girl

Baking Trays

I like heavy duty ones that don't warp.

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sandra

Baking trays

I have bought a couple over the years - mid price.

Those I use regularly though were inherited. God knows what they are made of but they never warp,no coating yet nothing sticks and half the weight of the "new" ones !

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Honey

Baking trays

When I married, all there seemed to be in the High Street shops were the Prestige ones. Okay, but I hate tins that warp and so I now buy the best I can find.

You've just reminded me I need to buy a bigger loose bottomed quiche/flan tin. I have an 8 inch one from Lakeland that is really very good indeed, but need something bigger for family buffets.

H x

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Essex Girl

Baking Trays

Did you have the gold ones, Honey? I had a variety of cake tins and trays in that range.

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Honey

Baking trays

"Did you have the gold ones, Honey? I had a variety of cake tins and trays in that range."


Oh no Ann, mine were just the common or garden silver ones. ;o)

Just had a look on Lakeland and the 23 and 25 cm tins are on offer. Decisions, decisions!

H x

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Honey

Baking trays

Decision was easy... seemed silly not to take advantage of the 'Buy One and get the 2nd Half Price' offer, so had both 23cm & 25cm. I love these because they are deeper than those I have. Now all I need to do is MAKE myself throw the others out. I'm terrible for hoarding things. Mmmm, here we go... I have a feeling that some of the ones I already have are bigger, so I will have to be selective.

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Gravy Queen

Baking Trays

I had a clear out and threw my old ones out and got some lovely new trays from Lakeland (they do have some good offers). The best ones I have so far are loose bottomed flan/traybake types, they are heavier than I previously had, and non stick. Great value. My favourite is an oblong one to make my jubilee traybake cake in, have used it several times since.

 
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