Use this professional pan for better bread!
The right pan makes a difference!
Use this heavy-gauge pan to make better bread. The dark, heavy metal conducts heat evenly into the center of the bread for even baking. The beautiful non-stick finish releases the bread easily. The extra-wide lip makes for easier handling so that you can grip the pan and invert the loaf without burning yourself. You'll love this pan.
Try this certified commercial-grade pan. It makes a difference.
Measures: 2.75" x 9" x 5" / 7cm x 23cm x 13cm
How to Store Bread
What do you do with your crusty bread?
If you put it in a plastic bag, it sweats, and that nice crust gets soggy. Not good. If you put it in a paper bag, the correct thing to do, it will keep your bread crusty, but the bread will be stale in a day or so.
What’s the answer? Slice what you don’t think you’re going to use on the first day and freeze it. Slip a waxed paper piece between the slices so that they don’t freeze together. When you want another slice of that fine sourdough bread, pull it out and toast it. The chewy crust isn't as good as fresh, but close.
I like a slice of rye bread. What do I do with the rest?
Again, freeze it.
I’m in the mood for a grilled cheese sandwich on Diego’s Jalapeno Cheese Bread. What do I do?
You should have an assortment of your favorite breads in the freezer. Go dig a couple of slices from the freezer, thaw them, and make your sandwich. You can thaw the bread in your toaster.
Better yet, you can freeze that grilled cheese sandwich.
Thaw your sandwich and then heat it in the microwave for 40 to 50 seconds or until the interior is warm, about 160 degrees. If you want to “crunchy-up” the crust again, place the warm sandwich on a preheated griddle or in a preheated skillet for 45 to 60 seconds.
Tips for Storing
- Press the air from the bag before freezing.
- Date and write the type of bread on the bag.
- Use your frozen sliced bread within 2 months.
- Never refrigerate bread. Cold accelerates staling.
- You can freshen a slice of bread by toasting. Heat refreshes bread.