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Madeleine Pan – 16 Shell

professional quality madeleine pan by Fat Daddio’s from Alan Silverwood makes 16 madeleines in one batch.

Being anodised bakeware, this pan is easy release, easy clean and will never rust. The special alloy core soreads heat quickly and evenly, producing perfect madeleine’s every time. Hand wash only.

Produces madeleines of approx 8 x 5 cm.

 

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Rum Baba & Ring Moulds

rum baba or baba au rhum is a small yeast cake saturated in liquor, usually rum, and sometimes filled with whipped cream or pastry cream. It is most typically made in individual servings (about a 2″ tall slightly tapered cylinder) but sometimes can be made in larger forms similar to those used for Bundt cakes.

The batter for baba is even richer than that for brioche, and includes eggs, milk, and butter.  Click here for recipe.

In 1844 the Julien Brothers, Parisian pâtissiers, invented the “Savarin” which is strongly inspired by the “Baba au Rhum” but is soaked with a different alcoholic mixture and uses a circular (ring) cake mold instead of the simple round (cylindrical) form. The ring form is nowadays often associated with the Baba au Rhum as well, and the name “Savarin” is also sometimes given to the rum-soaked circular cake.

Medium is 7″, Large is 9″

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Tarte Tatin

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

There’s a fabulous recipe for onion tarte tatin here.

Tradition says that the Tarte Tatin was first created by accident at the Hotel Tatin in Lamotte-Beuvron, France in 1898. The hotel was run by two sisters, Stéphanie and Caroline Tatin. There are conflicting stories concerning the tart’s origin, but the predominant one is that Stéphanie Tatin, who did most of the cooking, was overworked one day. She started to make a traditional apple pie but left the apples cooking in butter and sugar for too long. Smelling the burning, she tried to rescue the dish by putting the pastry base on top of the pan of apples, quickly finishing the cooking by putting the whole pan in the oven. After turning out the upside down tart, she was surprised to find how much the hotel guests appreciated the dessert. An alternative version of the tart’s origin is offered on the Brotherhood of the Tarte Tatin website, according to which Stéphanie baked a caramelised apple tart upside-down by mistake. Regardless she served her guests the unusual dish hot from the oven and a classic was born.

The Tarte became a signature dish at the Hotel Tatin and the recipe spread through the Sologne region. Its lasting fame is probably due to the restaurateur Louis Vaudable, who tasted the tart on a visit to Sologne and made the dessert a permanent fixture on the menu at his restaurant Maxim’s of Paris.

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Multi Mini Square Cake Pan Sets

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

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Spherical Pudding/Cake Mould

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

Also works well for ice cream bombes!

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Tiffin Mould

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

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Silverwood Deep Roasting Dish

This new roasting dish from Alan Silverwood not only has side handles but a front handle too, making removal from the oven far safer and easier.

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

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Silverwood Biscuit Tray

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

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Crimped Flan Tin

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.
  • Loose base

Best of all, it’s still made in England!

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Pie Tin

The anodised surface is characterised by a silver, smooth, easy-release, easy clean finish and the aluminium core is effectively “sealed in”. This product is not suitable for dishwashers.

Silverwood Bakeware never skimps on quality – for example:

  • Heavy gauge alloys are used to ensure robust construction;
  • Many products have a removable base so that the cooked food can be removed perfectly;
  • Cake pans are a full 3” deep and up to 4” deep, with the larger sizes;
  • Square cake pans have welded corners to ensure they can’t bow;
  • Sandwich pans are a full 1½” deep for lighter sponges;
  • Baking sheets are made from a rigid alloy, which ensures that they don’t distort in the oven.

Best of all, it’s still made in England!