Madeleine Pan (15.5-in.) by SCI/Scandicrafts, Inc
Made of heavy-gauge, tinned steel, this pan is used for making homemade madeleines, those dainty, cake-like cookies that are often served with coffee or tea. As your madeleines bake in this pan, the cookies are given their signature scalloped shapes. The madeleine pan yields 12 cookies. See complete description »
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Made of heavy-gauge, tinned steel, this pan is used for making homemade madeleines, those dainty, cake-like cookies that are often served with coffee or tea. As your madeleines bake in this pan, the cookies are given their signature scalloped shapes. The madeleine pan yields 12 cookies.
We ordered the second pan because the frirt one worked so well. The Madileivns came out perfect. We used a gourmet recipe that did not use any baking powder. It was great. We buttered and floured the pans between use and the Madileines were perfict and came out of the pans nicely. We were cautioned not to use non stick pans, however these worked very well and are non stick even though they are not coated with anything. Highly recommend.
Nice pans! Madeleines come out really well. Very well satisfied with my purchase.
I had ordered these pans; however, I was informed that they were on back order. I had to wait several weeks, but once they arrived and I used them, I was really pleased with the way they work. I just have to find a really good receipe that will take advantage of these pans.
The only thing I have to say is to advise people to not fill the Madeleine shapes more than half way. My directions said to fill the shapes, but they rise, and mine overflowed the pan and ran together. I did have enough time to take some out of each shape on the second pan, and that pan of Madeleines turned out great. Nothing even hinted of sticking with either pan; and I just buttered the pans, I didn't bother to flour them.
I've tried other coated "non-stick" madeleine pans. The advantage these pans have is the heavy tin plating. The madeleines are more evenly browned using these pans, and less likely to burn on the bottom. (I bake mine at 375* for 13-15 minutes) The scallops are large and well shapped so one can make small or large madeleines from the same pan. If you read enough reviews of madeleine pans you will quickly learn there is no such thing as 'non-stick'. These pans are non stick, tin plating is a non stick surface, but I use bakers magic spray which works well. You could brush on melted butter, or non stick spray, and then flour the pans. This will usually result in the madeleines falling out ot the inverted pan with a firm tap on the bottom. Be sure to order enough of these pans so you can make a double or tripple recipes without having to wash pans in the middle of baking.
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