Fromage Frais cheeshcake

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bonefish

Fromage Frais cheeshcake

I'm confused? The recipe call for a 9inch springform cke tin.
The only ones i have seen appear to be about 4inches deep.
Is this the right size or are there shalloer ones about.
regards
doug

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Wendy

Fromage Frais cheesecake

I think the 9" springform tin is the diameter of it. I haven't got the recipe so don't know what depth of tin though 4" sounds about right, having said that, my tin is only 2.5" deep.

I'm sure Lindsey will put you right on these points!

Wendy

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Kayb

Springform tin

Hi Bonefish, I have just looked aat the recipe and the 9" tin called for is the diameter. Springform tins tend not to be very deep.
Karen

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bonefish

Fromage Frais cheeshcake

I know that a 9" refers to the diameter of the tin it was the depth I was asking about as the picture of the cake looks less than 4" deep and the only springform tin I have seen in my local shops are 4"deep

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bonefish

Fromage Frais cheeshcake

I know that a 9" refers to the diameter of the tin it was the depth I was asking about as the picture of the cake looks less than 4" deep and the only springform tin I have seen in my local shops are 4"deep

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Welshcookie

Cheesecake

The depth of the tin is immaterial just so long as it is deep enough to contain the ingredients you are using.

A deeper tin is preferable in case you want to use the tin for quite another recipe.

 
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