Has anyone bought any pans from The Cakes World or Euro Tins? There is a rectangle set on Amazon that LOOKS pretty good, for only $25, but I don't want to get them if they are terrible. It doesn't say WHAT they are made out of, & there are no reviews. =(
AI saw those, I would be leery of a company that only has generic descriptions, and says "Greece" instead of "grease." Their website also does not say what they are made out of, and "are not completely seam less." Also they boast about having been around and recommended by professionals world wide, yet there is no information on them. My advice? Don't buy them, stick with more trusted brands that actually say what their pans are made out of and whose websites don't look like they were done with Google translate. I'm no expert, but their prices and website both look fishy to me. Maybe others have a different opinion, I am a newbie after all.
Edited to correct spelling errors.
There is nothing wrong with those type of cake tin, as long as you understand what they are exactly ..
Back to the tins - they are tin ...tinware, to be precise .. They are welded, not pressed or spun metal like others. They can leak if not manufactured well.
They darken with use.
Don't scrub, as they can scratch.
They hold the heat well.
They last a life-time.
My oldest is nearly 60 years old ...
AI bought the 11 piece tier set from Amazon last month. They bake well. We made a 3 tier wedding cake and it turned out great. We tested the pans a week in advance to see how long it would need to bake since the instructions were vague. The cakes were really good. I say try it and see. Thinking about getting the round set.
I also bought some pans from euro tins and was wondering can I use cake realse spray or should I use baking parchment.
I purchased the pans too, but I have not use it yet. Can you pour the cake batter straight into the pan with homemade copycat bakers joy or do you have to use wax paper or parchment?
I just received my large number 9 and 0 cake pans. They look like they are good quality. The instructions are very vague, as mentioned. I was wondering if anyone has used them, and if so, do you fill you batter to the top, as indicated in the instructions?