how to transfer a cheesecake from the tin that it bakes on to a box or plate. I am asked to make these alot but am afraid I won't get the bottom of my springpan back. thanks for any help
Place a baking sheet underneath before you bake, it helps just slide you knife under it :0)
I put a circle of buttered parchment paper on the bottom of my pan. That way I can replace the bottom of my pan with a cake circle.
I've placed a cake circle under the crust, on top on the bottom of the pan before baking and it comes out perfectly.
I just lift the side ring so it is just above the bottom of the pan, tighten the ring again, run my knife under the cheesecake and lift. It has to be completely cooled to do this, but I haven't had any problems with cracking.
i haven't tried it, but i see quite a few just put a cake circle in the pan and then the crust on top.
I have a situation on schedule restraints. I ususally bake my cakes the day before they are due and decorate them the day they are due. What is the standard everyone used on how far out can I make the cake and it still be fresh?
thanks all for your responses