Reddit Reddit reviews Cuisinart AMB-9LP 9-Inch Chef's Classic Nonstick Bakeware Loaf Pan, Silver

We found 4 Reddit comments about Cuisinart AMB-9LP 9-Inch Chef's Classic Nonstick Bakeware Loaf Pan, Silver. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Cuisinart AMB-9LP 9-Inch Chef's Classic Nonstick Bakeware Loaf Pan, Silver
9-inch nonstick loaf panHeavy-gauge aluminized steel construction for even heat distributionDurable nonstick coating on interior and exteriorThick rolled edges prevent warping even at high temperaturesDishwasher-safe; limited lifetime warranty
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4 Reddit comments about Cuisinart AMB-9LP 9-Inch Chef's Classic Nonstick Bakeware Loaf Pan, Silver:

u/CANAD14N · 2 pointsr/CookingForOne

Sounds good. Question for you though, if I don't have a pan like the one you linked to, will a normal bread pan work. Something like this?

u/MrNature73 · 1 pointr/insaneparents


Alright fuckboys, time to cook again. Now you’re probably thinking, “But i can just buy bread!”.


You can also cook it, idiot.

And trust me, you’d be surprised how much people will love some basic-ass homemade bread. Not to mention it’s cheap as fucking dirt, absolutely delicious, and useful in so many meals. Remember that paprikash? Now use your own bread. A recipe later (hint, it’s the bacon) will be able to utilize this bread to make a sandwich. Toast it, sunny side up some eggs and boom there you go, delicious breakfast. And how fucking independent are you if you don’t need the store to make your own goddamn bread, you fucking survivor man. You don’t need no bitch-ass walmart to make a steamy loaf. Alright, enough chat, let’s get cooking.

Here’s what you’ll need.

¼ oz packet active dry yeast (BUY)

1 tbs salt

2 tbs oil (I use Canola but most shit works)

2 ¼ warm cup water

6 ½ cup flour (the all-purpose flour you have will work, but Bread Flour will make it less chewy)

3 tbs + ½ tsp sugar

In addition, you’ll need something to actually cook this in. (Get two of these bread pans)

Get a big-ass bowl. Excellent, now put the warm water in it, but make sure it’s not too hot. Too hot and you’ll kill the yeast (which is alive, by the way). Now dissolve the yeast and the ½ tsp of sugar into the bowl (make sure it’s ½ teaspoon and NOT tablespoon). Let it sit until bubbles form on the surface.

Awesome. Now, use a whisk to whisk together 3 cups of flour, the remaining sugar, and the salt in a separate bowl (you’re not combining it with the water yet). Get it smooth.

Stir oil into the yeast mixture. Now, pour the flour mixture into the yeast mixture and beat until smooth (use your heads or a large spoon, not the whisk). Stir in the remaining flour ½ cup at a time until the dough is soft and you’re satisfied with how it looks and feels. This is something you’ll have to learn over time as you cook.

Lay some flour out on a clean kitchen surface and knead the dough until it’s nice and smooth and has an elastic feel to it. If you don’t know how to knead bread, I’m not going to write it out so just watch this video (here). It’s a minute long and shows pretty well how to knead dough. Do this for 10 minutes.

Now placed it into a large, greased bowl. (to grease something, use a small paper towl dipped gently in crisco or oil to rub it down). Turn it over once to grease both sides of the bread. Now cover it in seran wrap (make sure it’s air tight), and let it sit for 1 ½ to 2 hours; if you did everything right, it should double in size.

Now take it out and push it down, compressing it a bit. Place it onto a floured surface, and break it into 2 pieces. Form into loafs and place each loaf into a greased bread pan (same greasing method as before). Cover with seran wrap, and let double in size again for 1 ½ to 2 hours.

Bake that shit at 375 degrees on the center rack until it’s a nice golden brown. If you don’t have a thermometer, or just don’t feel like poking holes in your bread, you want the crust to be a nice golden brown and for it to sound hollow when you tap it.

There you go. You cooked bread.

I'm proud of you.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Cooking

This is a basic list with mid-grade item recommendations as links. You can definitely shop around and find better deals, but this will give you a place to start your shopping excursion from. Considering hitting up a local restaurant supply store for really good deals.

u/rootbeerslam · 1 pointr/food

You forgot the loaf pan

Put some chopped green bell pepper in it.