Don't forget your Bakeware this Holiday Season
I contacted the super cool Chinet company after reading a magazine add about the new bakeware. I thought this was a great product to test because the holidays are coming up and I know most of you will be invited to or are having holiday parties and you will be making, baking and taking something for the party. Its is always polite to help out the host right?
They sent me a set of each of the four bakeware that they have to offer, as you can see they come in all kinds of different sizes and shapes, they include lids that fit snug to the top. I also got a cool apron. I like to spill things on me— a lot.
Somethings you should know:
- You can only use the bake wear one time.
- Temperatures up to 400 degrease only anything over than this and you will have a crunchy bakeware and you don't want to take that to a party.
- You can not use the broiling feature.
- Don't worry if you forget about what you can and can not do because every set has the do’s and dont’s on the back of each pull out.
It is very important to follow these directions.I made pork ribs in one and made more in the glass dish I usually make them in for comparaison, the ones I made in the bakeware came out just the same as the ones in the glass dish. Moist, tender and fully cooked. You will need to use both hands and potholders when taking the bakeware out of the oven because like any thing you pull out of the oven, it will be hot.
Here is the bottom of my sweet potato goodness. Remember I did not prep the bakeware it’s self. It is strong and reliable. I have two cans of yams in this bakeware and it is not buckling, or folding under pressure.
You can even take some time a decorate the sides of the bakeware if you are feeling festive. You can lable what you made for the party. You can warn people if your dish has some spice or if they need to be aware of any allergies they might have. Not only will you draw attchion to your dish but you will have people asking you what your dish was baked in and you can tell them about the wonderful experience you have had with this bake wear.
After a night or two in the fridge I thought that maybe the juices may have soaked into the sides and made the container looses and soggy. This did not happen. They are thick and strong. I pulled them out and they where as stiff as the first day I used them. This product has come through for me when used in hot or cold situations.
I have also used them for temporary storage in my pantry for all the Halloween candy my kids gathered and I used one to be a home for my gummy snacks that I buy in bulk and bring home in a plastic bag, they usually fell off the shelf- but not any more thanks to the other uses I found for this. What uses can you come up with for these?
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