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Old 07-05-2015, 08:20 AM   #1
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I've just been a beautiful 3pc. set of pottery bakeware from a friend & can't wait to use it. On the care card it says "cold-oven start" . How do I adjust that on baking a cake? I've never not pre-heated. Could someone please tell me how this works?

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Old 07-05-2015, 09:56 AM   #2
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I've just been a beautiful 3pc. set of pottery bakeware from a friend & can't wait to use it. On the care card it says "cold-oven start" . How do I adjust that on baking a cake? I've never not pre-heated. Could someone please tell me how this works?
If it was me I wouldn't use them for baking, as temperature and cooking time is usually critical for proper results. For a casserole or meat dish, cold start is more feasible.
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Old 07-05-2015, 09:57 AM   #3
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I've just been a beautiful 3pc. set of pottery bakeware from a friend & can't wait to use it. On the care card it says "cold-oven start" . How do I adjust that on baking a cake? I've never not pre-heated. Could someone please tell me how this works?
I would imagine that it is suited to casserole type dishes and not meant for cakes. I would use something meant for cakes and make layered type casserole in your new pottery bakeware. If you want to make a dessert in it, how about bread pudding.

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Old 07-05-2015, 10:09 AM   #4
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I would imagine that it is suited to casserole type dishes and not meant for cakes. I would use something meant for cakes and make layered type casserole in your new pottery bakeware. If you want to make a dessert in it, how about bread pudding.

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Thanks! But one is a cake bunt pan. So.....how would that work? I'm really at a loss on this one
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Old 07-05-2015, 11:36 AM   #5
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the only cold start cake recipes I can turn up in a short search are for pound cakes.

which indeed one could do in a bundt pan....
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Thanks! But one is a cake bunt pan. So.....how would that work? I'm really at a loss on this one

Check out the product's website. They may have recipes posted.
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