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Nordic Ware Naturals Cheesecake Pan, 6"

Ideal for making cheesecakes of all kinds, this premium pan from Nordic Ware features a removable bottom for effortless release. Constructed from pure, heavy-duty aluminum, it provides even heating for consistent, predictable results every time. Made with...Read More

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Ideal for making cheesecakes of all kinds, this premium pan from Nordic Ware features a removable bottom for effortless release. Constructed from pure, heavy-duty aluminum, it provides even heating for consistent, predictable results every time. Made with care in the United States, it features reinforced rims to prevent warping and, unlike steel pans, will never rust.

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  • Aluminum pans provide even, consistent heat and are favored by professional bakers and pastry chefs
  • Rims are reinforced with galvanized steel to prevent warping
  • Creator of the original Bundt° pan, Nordic Ware has produced quality cookware in Minneapolis, Minnesota, with locally sourced materials since 1946
  • Nordic Ware is a family-owned American manufacturer with over 60 years of experience making quality cookware and bakeware

Specifications Show

  • Manufacturer: Nordic Ware
  • Material: Aluminum, galvanized steel
  • Dimensions: 6.6" x 2.5"
  • Warranty: Lifetime warranty
  • Made in the USA

Care & Usage Show

  • Hand wash only
  • Oven safe to 450°F

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  • Cheesecake pan
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Looking for a cheesecake pan size that will fit in my Instantpot
Connie K on Jan 14, 2019
Small size which will fit in my countertop convection oven
Sydney p on Jan 2, 2019
Looking for a cheesecake pan size that will fit in my Instantpot
Connie K on Jan 14, 2019
A specific family bread recipe requires this type of pan
Curtis C on Jan 9, 2019
Small size which will fit in my countertop convection oven
Sydney p on Jan 2, 2019
Took a cooking class at Sur La Table and they used this size and I liked it
Yvette Y on Dec 10, 2018
I'm giving this as a gift. I have one and it works great.
diane s on Nov 13, 2018
It will fit my instant pot so I can make cheesecake and other cakes
Jill B on Nov 8, 2018
Had been searching for this size cheesecake pan plus it is on Sale!
Rosalie S on May 8, 2018
To use in my Instant Pot.
Lee S on Jan 18, 2018
it fits my instant pot
Jane W on Nov 27, 2017
A specific family bread recipe requires this type of pan
Curtis C on Jan 9, 2019
Took a cooking class at Sur La Table and they used this size and I liked it
Yvette Y on Dec 10, 2018
Which Instant Pot recipes use this pan?
diane s on Dec 2, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Every cookbook for the IP has at least one or more recipes for cheesecake or even cakes. In addition, since it doesn't have open sides, it can be used for what are called "pot-in-a-pot" recipes. These are recipes that call for foods that don't sit in the water but in an oven-safe container like a ceramic-ware or springform pans. Like rice or vegetables. You also can use it when you are cooking 2 types of food, with one on the trivet and one in the pan. Search for PIP recipes for Instant Pot and you'll see great recipes and explanations on how to do this.
 

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