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    Pain de Mie question

    rangapeach
    Wed Feb 09, 2005 5:43 pm
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    There's a recipe here for pain de mie pain de mie but no mention of what size bread pan to use and how full to fill it. Can anybody help me with this?
    MEAN CHEF
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 6:22 pm
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    It says a pain de Mie pan with cover. I believe they are only 1 size.
    mianbao
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 10:55 pm
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    The bakers' supplier I use has 3 sizes, not counting a mini one.
    These pans:

    The inside measurements in cm are:
    "single loaf" top - 19.5 x 9.5 bottom - 18.2 x 9 height - 9.5 For 380 - 420 g dough

    "one and a half loaves" top - 22 x 11 bottom - 20.7 x 10.5 height - 12 For 570 - 650 g dough

    "double loaf" top - 25 x 11 bottom - 23.8 x 10.5 height - 12 For 750 - 800 g dough

    The dimensions from the outside are given, too, if you need them.
    HTH
    rangapeach
    Thu Feb 10, 2005 11:32 pm
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    Thanks to both of you for replying so promptly. I should be able to figure it out from the capacity listed. icon_smile.gif
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