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Chicago Metallic® Commercial II Nonstick Mini Muffin Pan

Made of heavyweight aluminized steel for exceptional heat conductivity and durability, this professional bakeware features the Ifalon nonstick finish, which won’t chip or peel, and is 10 times more durable than traditional nonstick coatings. Also...Read More

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Made of heavyweight aluminized steel for exceptional heat conductivity and durability, this professional bakeware features the Ifalon nonstick finish, which won’t chip or peel, and is 10 times more durable than traditional nonstick coatings. Also features folded corners and thick, reinforced rolled edges to prevent warping. Aluminized steel is corrosion resistant and dishwasher safe. Oven safe to 550°.

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  • Chicago Metallic has been a favorite of culinary professionals and home bakers for its superior performance and lasting durability since 1898.
  • Professional bakeware features Ifalon nonstick finish, which won’t chip or peel, and is 10 times more durable than traditional nonstick coatings.
  • Heavyweight aluminized steel provides exceptional heat conductivity and durability.
  • Folded corners and thick, reinforced rolled edges help prevent warping.
  • Aluminized steel is corrosion resistant and dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.

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  • Manufacturer: Chicago Metallic
  • Material: Nonstick coated aluminized steel
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty

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  • Dishwasher safe
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This muffin tin is very good quality and performed as expected. However, the cupcakes came out of this pan with some difficulty which surprised me. I've read that this type pan should not be greased before baking with it. Nevertheless, I may grease the pan for another cake recipe
June 24, 2013
 

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
Even cooking - can cook 24 muffins instead of 12 in the same amount of time.
BRYAN J on Sep 6, 2014
Have a killer recipe for mac&cheese muffins courtesy of DD&D'S
Wevner N on Aug 24, 2014
Even cooking - can cook 24 muffins instead of 12 in the same amount of time.
BRYAN J on Sep 6, 2014
prepare for a BD party for my son
Inga K on Aug 24, 2014
Have a killer recipe for mac&cheese muffins courtesy of DD&D'S
Wevner N on Aug 24, 2014
They had a good review from other buyers.
CARMEN S on Aug 23, 2014
No ridges to affect air flow or to catch water. Plus, dishwasher safe!
Katrina S on Aug 16, 2014
Replacements for 6 muffin pans. Happy with Chicago Metallic on other purchaes.
Sheryl Z W on Aug 1, 2014
prepare for a BD party for my son
Inga K on Aug 24, 2014
They had a good review from other buyers.
CARMEN S on Aug 23, 2014
Can you use this to make macarons?
A shopper on Jan 31, 2012
BEST ANSWER: Made of heavyweight aluminized steel for exceptional heat conductivity and durability, this professional bakeware features the Ifalon nonstick finish, which won’t chip or peel, and is 10 times more durable than traditional nonstick coatings. Also features folded corners and thick, reinforced rolled edges to prevent warping.

This pan is not recommended for macarons.
How many ounces does each cup hold?
A shopper on Nov 6, 2011
BEST ANSWER: The cavities of this muffin pan each hold 1/8 of a cup, but it is suggested that you only fill them 2/3 of the way full
 

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