Hello everyone. I have several square pans that I use to bake with. After the cakes are baked a and removed from the pans, they r not perfectly square. Is there a specific brand of pans that I should purchase to get better results?
Magic Line pans are the best. You can get them at Country Kitchen SA, Amazon, fondantsource.com.
Magic Line all the way. They have true 90 degree corners since the material is actually broke and then welded instead of pressed formed (which gives it those rounded corners)
The Magic Line pans are sharper but it seems like the corners stick more too...Just make sure you REALLY coat the corners of your pan well with whatever you use to non-stick. I've found that extremely important when working with chocolate cake in particular. And I'll use a parchment square in the pan as well.
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