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As above really!All my tins are rectangular- havent measured them yet though (at work). Will it matter if I don't use a square tin? Should I make any adjustments to the recipe/quantities/method?Thanks!
bet your tin is 7x11they will be thinner so don;t cook them as long or else they dry out in the middle
Thank you Mrsbadger. Do you think I have to bake them ina tin? (Novice alert). Could I use eg a ceramic baking dish type thing?
yes ceramic or oven pyrex would be fine, but again keep an eye on the cooking time - better to check and have to put them back than let them dry outNB you could use a 8" round tin if you didn;t mind cutting it like a cake rather than into squares - it'd be the same capacity as a 7" square one (iyswim)
i tried them in a round silicon tin (can it still be a tin?) and they didn't quite set in the middle. i have an unchristened 7" square so thanks for reminding me i will go and make some with ds.
fishie - 10ºC cooler, 10min longer
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