Roshco silicone bakeware is relatively easy to store, nonstick and comes in a variety of shapes and sizes. Using Roshco bakeware is very similar to using metal pans and requires only minimal adjustments to your usual baking techniques.
Coat the pan lightly with nonstick spray. Wipe off any excess spray. Preheat the oven to the required temperature.
Add the batter to the pan.
Place the pan into the preheated oven and close the door.
Remove the pan from the oven once the baking process is finished. Depending on what you are baking, some cooling time may be required.
Wait until the baked goods have adequately cooled. Flex the pan to break the seal between the silicone and the baked goods. Remove from the pan and serve.
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Instructions for the Tissot PRC200
- Silicone bakeware may require you to adjust the baking time by 5 to 10 minutes.
- Make sure the bakeware is not close to any heating elements in the oven because this can damage the pan.
- Always check the temperature range for safely using the bakeware.
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