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Stoneware muffin pan

Mar 5, 2005
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Hi all!
Any suggestions for "seasoning" the muffin pan. I have had several customers buy this pan and they have had trouble with sticking despite using "lots of oil". Thanks in advance. Carey
 

Shawnna

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Feb 2, 2005
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make mini meatloaves in your muffin pan or try a recipe that uses refrigerated biscuits - the kind in the roll in the dairy case of your local store. Anything with a lot of fat content will help. I personally oil all of my pans with sides - bar pan, loaf pan, etc if I am cooking something that will be touching the sides of a pan...cake, bread, etc. Hope this helps.

Shawnna
 

sweet

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May 12, 2005
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I have some problem with my muffin pan and was wondering if anybody could help. When I bought my muffin pan and start baking with it, I spray it with oil so that was what I was tought so that I can season it, I did it for a couple of times and my muffun ALWAYS stick to the pan and also when I bake banana muffin (with real peel banana) it look like they don't cook enough I even let the cook for 20 min more the it was require to see if that will make any difference and it doesn't.
Thanks
 
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noradawn

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I'm hoping for some suggestions here, since I'm about to get the muffin pan during my kit enhancement!
 

BethCooks4U

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Jan 21, 2005
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I spray the muffin cups with oil and remove the muffins within 5 minutes of taking them from the oven and never have a problem. The only time they have ever stuck was when I forgot them and they cooled before I removed them.
 

queenjean

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Feb 13, 2005
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PAm with flour

I use Pam with Flour spray when I used my muffin pan in the beginning and did not have a problem. Make sure you remove them from the pan within 5 minutes, that makes a huge difference since the stones retain heat for so long, your food keeps cooking...and sticking.
 
Feb 20, 2005
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Awesome Recipe For Muffin Pan- Seasons It Too!

One of the members in my cluster made these at our last meeting and then I made them for dinner the following week. They are very tasty and would make an excellent show demo!

Easy Chicken Muffins
8 oz. cream cheese
4 T. mayo
1 ½ Cups chopped chicken or 10 oz. can chicken
12 oz. Mexican corn
1 cup shredded cheddar
½ cup chopped onion
2 – 10 oz. cans Golden Layers Biscuits

Soften cream cheese, combine with next five ingredients. Place ½ of one biscuit in muffin pan. Scoop cheese filling on biscuit and top with other half of biscuit. Continue until all muffin cups are full. Bake at 400 degrees for 11-12 min. Note: this recipe can also be prepared in square baker using one can of biscuits on bottom and other on top of filling, for a more casserole type of display.
 
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