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Farberware Bakeware 9x5-Inch Loaf Pan

$14.99

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Farberware Bakeware 9x5-Inch Loaf Pan

A commonly requested size in recipes for yeast breads, quick breads, and pound cakes, this 9x5-in. loaf pan is also standard to many meat loaf recipes. Made of even heating carbon steel, the pan is designed for even browning. The pan has a nonstick coating to help you remove the bread from the pan with ease and make cleanup easy. Features: Nonstick coating allows easy food release. Cleans easily. Oven safe to 500F.

Features

  • Constructed of 0.6 mm cold rolled steel - ideal gauge to provide strength and druability without being too heavy
  • Large handles on both sides, makes for easy gripping without sticking the thumbs of your oven mitts in the pan
  • A specially formulated two-coat, top-of-the-line silicone polyester nonstick coating
  • Safe to use in dishwasher
  • Outer dimensions are 11.75 x 6 x 2.75

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • Great all-around bread pan   »   Most Recent Review “The day I received this pan I made bread dough in my bread maker and used it to bake the bread in. Without using any oil or cooking spray the bread came out of the pan very easily.”
  • Farberware Bakeware 9x5 loaf pan   »   Most Helpful Reviews “I purchased 2 of these loaf pans to make banana bread for a party. They are so easy to use and the bread came out perfect.”
  • only good for casual use.   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “I make whole grain bread every day. This pan is fine if you don't want to keep the bread in it, but for me, it was a total disaster...”