Reddit Reddit reviews Nordic Ware Leakproof Springform Pan, 10 Cup, 9 Inch

We found 8 Reddit comments about Nordic Ware Leakproof Springform Pan, 10 Cup, 9 Inch. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Nordic Ware Leakproof Springform Pan, 10 Cup, 9 Inch
9-inch non stick coated springform panLeak-proof tight seal prevents messy spillsNonstick coating for easy food release and cleanupHand wash with mild detergentGLOBALLY SOURCED
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8 Reddit comments about Nordic Ware Leakproof Springform Pan, 10 Cup, 9 Inch:

u/thatrocketguy · 16 pointsr/food

Silly Europeans and your metric system.

First, take 4 eggs and (2/3 and 1/4 cup) of sugar. Beat the eggs and sugar until fluffy.

Strain(sift?) (little less than half a cup) of wheat flour, ( ~ 2 cups )potato flour(2.5 cups flour total), ½ spoon(I'm guessing teaspoon?) of baking powder and stir/mix until even.

Put baking paper on a tray and spread the dough evenly. Place in the oven pre-heated to 350 F for about 15 minutes. Watch the dough, it's ready when it becomes golden colored.

Once ready, get it out and flip it upside-down onto a new tray that has sugar spread on it. Remove the baking paper immediately, if it's stuck to the dough, use a wet cloth to dampen the paper before removing.

Take a springform cake pan (cake pan with a removable bottom) link, place baking paper at the bottom, shut the cake pan. Use the pan to cut the circle shape from the dough to be the bottom layer of the cake. SAVE THE REMAINING DOUGH!

Make some dampening liquid. half a cup of milk, ¼ tsp vanilla sugar and approx. 1 tsp sugar. Dampen the dough you just placed in the pan.

Take approx. 1½ bananas, cut up into pieces, place them on the bottom.(of the pan?)

Take (2/3 and 1/4 cup) of curd(I'm thinking the closest is cottage cheese, but I can't imagine that in a cake. So I'm gonna say use cream cheese, one to two packages) and ~5.2 oz of white chocolateThats about one whole package of this. Melt the white chocolate and mix it with the curd. Add 3 tbsp of sugar, 1 tsp of vanilla sugar.

Take 3-4 discs of gelatin and put them in cold water. (you can probably subsitute one or two packages of flavorless gelatin powdered packages

As the gelatin is in the water, beat some whipping cream.

Take the gelatin discs into a cup and put them into a microwave for 20-30 seconds. Pour it into the curd-chocolate mix and stir it well. Afterwards add the whipped cream and mix it until it's a uniform mass. Spread it evenly on top of the bananas.

Use the dampening liquid on the dough pieces left behind (on one side only!). Place them on top of the curd-chocolate-gelatin-cream layer with the damp side pressing into the layer and use the dampening liquid again on the top side.

Afterwards, put a mix of frozen berries on the top layer (make sure they're totally frozen).

Boil either 2 cups of water with juice concentrate (blueberry concentrate works awesomely) or two cups juice. Once it's at a simmer, pour (2/3 and 1/4 cup) of jelly sugar (to make Jello) and stir(Get a package of jello, mix it up and pour it on top of the fruit). Once it starts to boil, take it off the stove. Let it cool down a little and using a tablespoon or something similar, slowly pour the soon-to-be-Jello liquid onto the frozen berries to finish the final layer of the cake.

Place it in a cool place (outside/in the entrance hallway if you're in Scandinavia, refrigerator if you're in a warm place) overnight and it'll be ready in the morning.

Use a knife to cut away the sides from being attached to the cake pan before removing. Use extreme caution when removing the cake from the pan.

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u/Elusive2000 · 2 pointsr/GifRecipes

For those wondering, that's a Springform Pan. The outside comes off from the bottom.

u/greenskygirl · 2 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Chicken curry in a hurry is absolutely delicious! And very quick to make. /u/danthegoon loves it when I make it. And here is mine. So good. :) it's no Krispy Kreme donut, but...
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u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

Meet Charles.

Charles had one dream in life, to be a fireman. The other monkeys laughed at this ridiculous dream.

"Monkeys don't even use fire!" they told him. "When would we ever need a fireman?"

But Charles was determined. He knew his place in life was to be a fireman, and he was going to make it happen. He had a book that he found in a human's truck one day, that had a picture of a firetruck on it, and he read it (or at least he looked at the pictures) every single day.

He collected scraps of wood and leaves from the jungle every time he went out exploring, and at night when the others were asleep, he'd spend hours assembling his supplies into a real firetruck that he could drive around.

One fateful Saturday, a monkey named Gerald came back from exploring the jungle with a fun treasure. It was a small piece of purple plastic, with a lever on top. With all the monkeys gathered around him, Gerald flicked the lever and...

Heat came out! It was bright and it hurt his hand. Gerald dropped the new toy on the ground and screamed. But the grass and leaves began to burn!

Charles knew this was his chance. He ran to the secret hiding place where he'd been building his firetruck, and drove it out to the small fire amidst the crowd of monkeys. He was nervous, because while he'd tested it before, he was only pretty sure of how this firetruck thing was supposed to work.

But he drove right up next to the fire, and opened up the barrel in the back, dumping water onto the fire, which was extinguished immediately!

The other monkeys gaped at Charles in awe.

"Maybe," the monkey leader said, "there is a place for a fireman here. I'm sorry, Charles."

Charles gave him a hug. That night, the monkey tribe had a fire party, in which they would light things on fire and have Charles come extinguish them.

Charles was finally living his dream.

This would be an awesome prize!

u/ToadLord · 1 pointr/ATKGear

Review Notes with video!

NOTE: They baked a cheesecake in a water bath with EVERY pan, and tinted the water green to see if they leaked. EVERY model leaked, so they were all reviewed based on their other features.



Winner - Frieling Handle-It 9-Inch Glass Bottom Springform Pan - $50
This pricey pan may not be perfect—like the other models, its seal isn’t leakproof—but it boasts plenty of features that make it our two-time favorite: evenly browned results; near flawless release; a glass bottom that helps us monitor browning; helper handles; and sturdy, dishwasher-safe parts.

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u/IsABot · 1 pointr/pics

Actually, he just needed to use the right pan... looks like they were made pancake style.

Like so.

u/Ugbrog · 1 pointr/ketorecipes

The brownie cheesecake is great, and I can definitely recommend the springform pan that they list. It will make removal of the cheesecake super easy.