60th Anniversary Limited Edition Nonstick Bundt Pan (10.5-in.) by Nordic Ware
Nordic Ware is a family-owned, American manufacturer of kitchenware products founded in 1946. From their home office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, they have marketed an extensive line of quality cookware, bakeware, microwave and barbecue products for the last 60-plus years. See complete description »
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Nordic Ware is a family-owned, American manufacturer of kitchenware products founded in 1946. From their home office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, they have marketed an extensive line of quality cookware, bakeware, microwave and barbecue products for the last 60-plus years.
I wish you would carry and 8" non-stick skillet like the capahelon I have ordered in the past. The ones you have are to expensive for me. Marie
Since I only just received this item I haven't had a chance to put it to use. It appears to be well-made and exactly as described on the website.
Actually, haven't had a chance to use it yet. Will be doing so in the near furute. Having other experiences with similar products, predict that this one will be very good. I don't perceive any problems with this one at all!!
I had a Nordic Bundt Pan from the mid-1970's with a black interior. Over time it often stuck so I hadn't used for a long time. What a difference with the new light nonstick interior. Although it says "Non-Stick" the directions say to grease and flour, which I have and the cakes comes out effortlessly so I don't mind! Tried some new recipies, had requests to make more! Thanks for the very best of products!
love it cake comes out great
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Don't be daunted by the challenge of greasing a bundform or Bundt pan. Try this tip to make it easier: apply melted butter to the pan using a pastry brush, making sure to get into all the crevices. Put it in the freezer for a few minutes to solidify the butter, then flour as usual.