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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Silicone bakeware

    I decided to make corn muffins today with a new silicone bakeware type
    muffin pan. The muffins are great, except that the the very bottom is
    burned. The top were a light golden brown, and I pulled them out a
    couple minutes early. I know part of this is because I used the
    toaster oven, so it cooks fast, and it is close to the bottom of the
    toaster oven.

    But this is the first time I have burned them, even with a darker
    top. . Do I need to shorten times when using silicone bakeware? It was
    just a very small amount that burned. I sliced off a thin layer, and
    the rest was fine.


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    ImStillMags Guest

    Default Re: Silicone bakeware

    On May 27, 3:17*pm, "fries...@zoocrewphoto.com"
    <fries...@zoocrewphoto.com> wrote:
    > I decided to make corn muffins today with a new silicone bakeware type
    > muffin pan. The muffins are great, except that the the very bottom is
    > burned. The top were a light golden brown, and I pulled them out a
    > couple minutes early. I know part of this is because I used the
    > toaster oven, so it cooks fast, and it is close to the bottom of the
    > toaster oven.
    >
    > But this is the first time I have burned them, even with a darker
    > top. . Do I need to shorten times when using silicone bakeware? It was
    > just a very small amount that burned. I sliced off a thin layer, and
    > the rest was fine.


    You might put a tray under the silicone next time. Toaster ovens are
    bad about overheating the bottom.

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: Silicone bakeware

    On May 27, 3:32*pm, ImStillMags <sitara8...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > On May 27, 3:17*pm, "fries...@zoocrewphoto.com"
    >
    > <fries...@zoocrewphoto.com> wrote:
    > > I decided to make corn muffins today with a new silicone bakeware type
    > > muffin pan. The muffins are great, except that the the very bottom is
    > > burned. The top were a light golden brown, and I pulled them out a
    > > couple minutes early. I know part of this is because I used the
    > > toaster oven, so it cooks fast, and it is close to the bottom of the
    > > toaster oven.

    >
    > > But this is the first time I have burned them, even with a darker
    > > top. . Do I need to shorten times when using silicone bakeware? It was
    > > just a very small amount that burned. I sliced off a thin layer, and
    > > the rest was fine.

    >
    > You might put a tray under the silicone next time. * Toaster ovens are
    > bad about overheating the bottom.


    Thanks! I figured there might be an easy trick.

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