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Pan, 13x9x2 Inch Rectangular

pan-13x9x2 inch rectangular

A popular pan size for baking brownies, bars and cakes. Some main dishes, vegetables and casseroles also can be prepared in this pan.

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perry93536 said: Posted: 1/24/2013 12:19 PM
I would like to make your bownies in a 10 x 16 pan, then using a heart shaped cookie cutter, cut them out for Valentines day. Would I need more than one package and how long should I cook them? If dipping the cutter in powdered cocoa be ok for an easier release from the cutter?
 
Henrietta9000 said: Posted: 6/28/2012 10:13 PM
How do I keep my cakes from falling in the middle and tasting to moist?
 
CharlesGoines said: Posted: 5/21/2012 11:07 AM
I want to triple a cake recipe. I have a 12 by 16 pan that will hold the ingredients. My problem is the original recipe is for a 9 inches square pan and calls for baking 35 to 40 minutes at 350 degrees. The finished cake will be an Apricot Upside Down cake and the thickness of a serving will increase when I triple the recipe and use a different pan. How do I adjust? I want the larger cake to serve more people and still fit my cake carrier. Do I increase the temperature, attempt to bake longer or both. Sometimes when I triple a recipe the middle stays soft and the outside gets dry. I understand the toothpick test, but I don't understand how to adjust my baking. Any suggestions, recommendations, etc. would be greatly appreciated. There must be rules that professionals use that I want to learn.
 
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