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    Size of bread pan

    Mia in Germany
    Sun Jun 10, 2012 10:52 am
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    Hi all wave.gif
    I have a question that has been a miracle for me for ages: Before going gluten free, I only made bread loafs without pan, i.e. mostly rye sourdough. No that I'm baking gluten free, I have to use pans. Mostly I make muffins because they are quicker, but sometimes I want sandwich slices, so I make a bread. Now my question: I'm never sure about the size of the bread pan, it's either too small or to large icon_confused.gif Right now I'm experimenting with a quinoa sourdough bread. How big should a pan for 1 pound of flour be??
    duonyte
    Sun Jun 10, 2012 1:43 pm
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    Hi Mia. Bread loaf pans in the US are either 8 x4 or 9x5 . I use either kind for a loaf with about 3 1/2 or 4 cups of flour, which would be about one pound. The larger pan might be a slightly flatter loaf but still very good for sandwich slices.

    There are, of course, specialty pans of different volumes and dimensions but the above would be the most commonly available.
    Mia in Germany
    Sun Jun 10, 2012 1:46 pm
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    Thanks!!
    Our pans are in centimetres and differ slightly, but I have one that is nearly 8x4 (21x11 centimetres). That's perfect icon_smile.gif

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