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Pampered Chef: Stoneware muffin pan need paper liners

  1. Jillmami

    Jillmami Member

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    Do muffins come out easily?? I've never used this before and wanted to check with those who have used it before. You don't need to use paper liners do you? I assume that you still can?

    Thanks!
    Jill
     
    Dec 26, 2009
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  2. JAE

    JAE Legacy Member

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    I use the Kitchen Spritzer and grease the cups well or I brush oil all over it. You can use muffin cups if you have them which makes for easy clean up. Even though it's seasoned, I don't take chances. Maybe others do it differently.

    JAE
     
    Dec 26, 2009
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  3. pcchefjane

    pcchefjane Senior Member Gold Member

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    We spray with Pam. You can always use the Citrus Peeler to run around the edges to help get them out!
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  4. Jillmami

    Jillmami Member

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    I thought that we weren't supposed to use Pam on the stoneware?
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  5. JAE

    JAE Legacy Member

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    I don't use Pam on stoneware because it leaves a sticky film. I recommend to all customers that they use a spritzer or brush oil onto the pans.

    JAE
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  6. ChefBeckyD

    ChefBeckyD Legend Member Gold Member

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    Ditto what she said.


    I almost always use paper liners though - because it's so much easier to clean up.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  7. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

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    I brushed it with crisco the first few times I used it. I have never had anything get stuck. Things release so well for me with this stone. I was so nervous at first, but not anymore. I also have used the spray w/ flour, too.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  8. baychef

    baychef Senior Member Silver Member

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    We used it this morning (not something we do too often) and greased the cups with oil and no papers. The muffins needed only a little encouragement to come out. My boyfriend who rarely cooks used it. I didn't touch it except to get my one muffin out. No complaints from him at all.
    If I have a problem cleaning this, I use one of the yellow nylon sponges (Dobi) and some baking soda. Works great.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  9. PamperedDor

    PamperedDor Senior Member Gold Member

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    I hate it! ONE of the only things in PC I dislike....I wish they had a regular muffin pan like the do the mini.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  10. lpacker

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    Love it!!! Use it all the time and I do spray with PAM (does not leave a sticky film). I leave the muffins cool for 10 minute then they come right out. I clean it with a nylon scrungy.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  11. cmdtrgd

    cmdtrgd Legacy Member Gold Member

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    BACON...nuff said.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  12. yum we use it alot at home love muffins, and cornbread! I have used liners and pam no biggie ! love the even cooking of the stoneware! But I would love a mini muffin like the metal one we have I burn everything in that one!!! not used to the dark pan!
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  13. Chef Kearns

    Chef Kearns Legacy Member Gold Member

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    I tell all my customers to make meatballs in the Muffin pan at least twice to help season their pan. I like making cornbread muffins in it. I don't use cups and I spray it with the Kitchen spritzer although I have used Pam with flour. I wouldn't use regular Pam on the stones.
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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  14. babywings76

    babywings76 Legend Member Gold Member

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    Yes! I always seem to overcook things in those dark pans. I bought the cake pans, too. I just made a cake for Christmas Eve and it was over done 12 minutes early!!!! Stoneware is heavy, but it's much better. :) Or they should make them of the same material as our metal sheet pans/square pan/cookie sheet!
     
    Dec 27, 2009
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