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Stirfry vs. family skillet for cakes?

n8vtxn

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Jul 23, 2005
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I do not have the family skillet, but I do have the stir fry skillet, can I still use it for things like the molten brownie, etc? The shape I guess would be different, but is that a problem? :confused:

Thanks,
Leesa
 

chef131doreen

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Mar 15, 2005
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Cakes

YES you can We went to a kick off and they showed pinapple upsidedown cakes in th stir fry pan and they looked great the cake had a dome to it and it looked pretty then use the easy accent dec to do the bottom around the dish part . you can make any cake in it SELL that COOKWARE any way you can
Doreen Zaino
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jdavis

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Do you need to change the temp. or cooking time any if you are doing it in the stirfry??
 

PampMomof3

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I don't have the family skillet yet (I will have it soon since we can get it for $54 :D ) but I do have the stir-fry skillet and have made the turtle fudge skillet cake many many times. I maybe bake it for an extra 2-3 minutes but that's all. It really looks nice!! Good Luck!~ :)
 
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noradawn

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What about the 10 inch skillet that comes in the 4 piece set? That's the biggest skillet I have so far. Would that work for the cakes?
 

chef131doreen

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10' skillet

Yes the 10' skillet works great too the cakes come higher too I make alot of cakes in that too cause it will also fit on the New Celebate Dish .

Doreen Zaino [email protected]
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