Thursday, 21 September 2017

GF Toad in the hole

I chose to do this in the silicon square pan to see how it would go. Herewith fresh from the oven:
It rose well and lifted out easily. Here is the 'pan' after the toad was removed:
So easy to clean and nothing stuck at all. I had already used my muffin pan for GF Yorkshires as they have a tendency to stick. They also rose well in that and lifted out cleanly.

The link for GF Yorkshire puddings is under my Gluten Free tab.

8 comments:

  1. Looks very nice! And mabye must also buy a "pan"like that...

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    1. Silicon seems to work well but needs to be on a metal tray for stability.

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  2. We are getting to the stage of needing some new ovenware. I may well price this type of pan up. Any idea how long they last?

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    1. They are new to me so no, I don't know how lovely long they last.

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  3. That looks delicious. We haven't had toad in the hole for ages.

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    1. Wasn't too shabby at all, although I need to cook the sausages more next time.

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    1. Checked today and it was there:)

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