Panettone Tins

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LibbieWaddleton Posted 11 Mar 2020 , 1:57pm
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Hi, I know this is the complete wring time of year for panettone but... I've been challenged to make one and don't have a tin.

Firstly do I need a special tin and if not what's the alternative?  I've seen paper cases but with it being the wrong time of year most places are sold out so looking for alternative options.

If I do need a tin where's cheapest to buy one 


Thank you 

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kakeladi Posted 11 Mar 2020 , 3:35pm
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Looking up just one recipe (King Arthur flour) it said any straight sided 2 qt pan can be used

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Laetia Posted 11 Mar 2020 , 9:55pm
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SandraSmiley Posted 12 Mar 2020 , 12:03am
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I bet King Arthur Flour still has the Panettone pans, metal and paper.  I have baked cakes and breads in tin food cans.  For a Panettone, a large can of peach halves comes to mind.

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LibbieWaddleton Posted 12 Mar 2020 , 6:36am
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Hi, ok, I might get away with my 7in tin.


Thanks

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kakeladi Posted 12 Mar 2020 , 12:42pm
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SandraSmiley Posted 12 Mar 2020 , 5:55pm
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After posting this, I though about coffee cans as a good size for a Panettone.  I've used odd sized food cans to bake cakes and breads often and they work perfectly and are, of course, food safe.

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Laetia Posted 13 Mar 2020 , 11:33am
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SandraSmiley Posted 1 week ago
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