Any advice for getting bread out of a loaf tin when its stuck.

Discussion in 'Hobbies' started by Bentley, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. Bentley

    Bentley Well-Known Member

    Just baked a loaf which is stuck. Have tried shaking tin, banging tin, using a palette knife and screaming abuse at it. Any advice will be appreciated.
     
  2. NeSaxena

    NeSaxena Well-Known Member

    Did you try praying yet?
     
  3. NeSaxena

    NeSaxena Well-Known Member

    But seriously, try dribbling some warm oil/melted butter down the sides of the loaf, inside the tin, and shake it around a little.

    If it still doesn't come out, dig in! :lolbangtable:
     
  4. musicdeb

    musicdeb Well-Known Member

     
  5. Bentley

    Bentley Well-Known Member

    Have gotten it out and made three decisions 1) never using that &@^%$%! tin again, 2) Bread pudding for dessert tonight, 3) just about to bake new loaf for tomorrow. Agh!
     
  6. Rugers-Kris

    Rugers-Kris Well-Known Member

    I sure wish I had a suggestion for you. I make homemade bread and rolls every other day or so and the couple times I got one stuck, I ended up tearing it to all hell to get it out.
     
  7. Rugers-Kris

    Rugers-Kris Well-Known Member

    LOL. I butter my pans before I bake my bread and rolls......They never stick doing it that way.
     
  8. ruthcatrin

    ruthcatrin Well-Known Member

    Parchment paper. For loaf pans cut a strip bit enough to cover the bottom and both long sides, that way you onlu have to worry anout the short ends. For rolls cut a rough circle or square big enough to cover the bottom. Makes a HUGE difference!
     
  9. DDSK

    DDSK Well-Known Member

    If it was for someone else then I'm sorry you had issues with your loaf.
    (That sounds weird)
    If it was for you then like others have said dig in and don't worry what it looks like.

    Hint: Poor baking tins make wonderful dog bowls and targets for target practice.
    Seeing as you are from the UK I guess you would need to use an air rifle, here in the states use whatever hardware you can find ammo for.lol
     
  10. ruthcatrin

    ruthcatrin Well-Known Member

  11. Bentley

    Bentley Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the advice, I used parchment paper on the bottom of the tin but from the look of what stuck I didn't butter the sides too well. I was trying a steep sided cake tin for a change but am going back to my old loaf tins I think.
     
  12. ruthcatrin

    ruthcatrin Well-Known Member

    You can line the edges of a round pan too if you need to, it just takes more work. Cut a strip just as wide as the pan is tall, and use a thin coat of butter/no-stick spray/whatever you usually use to "glue" the parchment to the edge to keep it in place.
     
  13. Bentley

    Bentley Well-Known Member

    Nice idea, I'll give that a try.
     

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