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Alan Silverwood cake tins and greasing

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FrangipaniBlue Thu 26-Apr-18 15:30:24

Wilton cake release.

SluttyButty Thu 26-Apr-18 15:17:28

Same as above, grease with stork (I don't bake with butter usually) and then line with baking parchment.

teaandtoast Thu 26-Apr-18 12:44:56

I don't have these cake tins but I just use baking parchment by itself. No butter, no flour, no sticking.

4merlyknownasSHD Thu 26-Apr-18 12:41:25

Is the butter you are using pure butter or a spreadable type? Often you will find olive oil included as the softening agent to enable spreadability and this can cause sticking. Pure block butter is best.

fallenempires Thu 26-Apr-18 00:52:55

I grease mine with butter & line with baking parchment.
Maybe it's the lining that you've used?
Silverwood tins always produce fantastically defined edges IME.

tillytubby Wed 25-Apr-18 12:38:02

I recently bought some 7" Alan Silverwood sandwich tins but my cakes are sticking and the edges being destroyed every time. I'm using butter, silicone paper and then a dusting of flour and making a vic sandwich recipe.
What's the best way to grease these?

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