CHEFMADE 4PCS Mini Bundt Pan Set, 4-Inch Non-stick Carbon Steel Kugelhopf Mold, FDA Approved for Oven and Instant Pot Baking (Champagne Gold)

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Product Information Brand: CHEFMADE Item No.: WK9033 Item Name: CHEFMADE Mini Bundt Pan Set Pan Size: top dimensions Ø 4.3 inch and bottom dimensions Ø 2.6 inch and height 1.9 inch and Tube Ø 0.8 inch Capacity: Between 1/2 cup and 1 cup per pan Color: Champagne gold Material: 0.8mm heavy-duty carbon steel Coating: Inside/outside

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Product Information

Brand: CHEFMADE

Item No.: WK9033

Item Name: CHEFMADE Mini Bundt Pan Set

Pan Size: top dimensions Ø 4.3 inch and bottom dimensions Ø 2.6 inch and height 1.9 inch and Tube Ø 0.8 inch

Capacity: Between 1/2 cup and 1 cup per pan

Color: Champagne gold

Material: 0.8mm heavy-duty carbon steel

Coating: Inside/outside full cover non-stick coating

Packing: Plastic film and cardboard box

Use and care

1. Recommend to soft tools (silica gel, nylon, etc). Not Recommend using sharp metal tools in case of scratch.

2. Recommend to oil (canola, olive, vegetable or corn oil, butter etc£.Not Recommend using non-stick spray,when used for a long time, there will be residues

3. Recommend oven & fridge.Not Recommend fire cook & microwave & electromagnetic oven,easy to cause non-stick coating damage.

4. Temperature range:-4 Fahrenheit~428 Fahrenheit(-20 Centigrade~220 Centigrade).Not Recommend Baking at a temperature above 400 Fahrenheit for a long time.

5. Dishwasher use is not advised, as discoloration will occur due to the cleaning agents used in automatic dishwasher detergent.This discoloration is merely cosmetic and will not affect baking properties or safety of the pan.

6. Slight scratches on the mold can be used normally without any problems.

FAQ

Q1: how many cups does it hold?

A: Full-pan capacity is about 200 ml per pan£¨between 1/2 cup and 1 cup). We recommend between 120 ml and 150 ml (1/2 cup), effectively avoid spillovers in baking.

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