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Can you advise which size pan I need?
Posted by Carol Corke, Last modified by Neil Corke on 07 November 2013 07:28 AM

Determining the size vessel, which will best suit your needs, is relatively simple.  Think in terms of volume rather than weight measurements.  Consider the recipes you normally prepare and the number of people you cook for on a regular basis.  Have a look at the recipes you intend to use and add the amount of volume to determine how much liquid and dry ingredients you’ll be placing in the vessel in total.  You will need a vessel that accommodates these ingredients with extra room to spare.  Never fill your vessels to the rim in order to avoid over spilling. 

The mini cuisine we offer is strictly for one serving portions, the small pieces generally serve for a simple sauce, small amounts of liquids, melting chocolate, or preparing a dish for one.  The medium vessels are ideal for 2 to 4 servings, and the larger vessels accommodate ingredients for family and larger servings.  

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28 February 2012 07:57 AM
Ciao,It is a rulset of air. If you scrub the bottom with some excellent soap. Then, rub some lime. Leave it for a while. Wash off. You get the color back.Pleased cooking !Isabel
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