ISO: Odd sized baking tin

Hi all:
I am trying to locate a source for a 7 inch (18 cm) cake pan for
several British recipes that I want to make. I do not want to go to an 8
inch and have to adjust times and such.
Any ideas for odd sized cake pans??
Sincerely, Aileen (steaming puds right now)
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Aileen
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Aileen,
Try here:
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I've found all sorts of hard to find pans on this site (including the "cocktail rye" pullman pan) and the prices are really reasonable. They sell a 7" x 2" cake pan for $5.60 and the 7" x 3" pan for $7.00 plus shipping/taxes, etc.Good luck
Mary
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Mary
I have a table in an old cookbook that lists the weights of ingredients needed for xmas cakes for different tin sizes, round and square. I could scan and e-mail it to you if it is of any use. I found it useful when I was making cakes for presents and wanted to use all the tins in my cupboard. Graham
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graham
Sugarcraft has 7 inch pans in 1,2,and 3 inch depths. I buy from them because they are a local store from me and I know they are reliable. You can order from their website. Look for the "pan" tab on the left and then select "round" pans.
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Vox Humana
Hi Graham: Thanks for this offer, but I think I shall order a seven inch pan that my recipes call for. The table does sound very useful at the Holidays :) Thanks, Aileen
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Aileen
Graham,
I would be interested in that chart. I tried sending you an "offlist email" requesting the information but it was bounced back from your isp
I often find myself having to use all my baking tins for my holiday packages and during this time of the year, the numbers in the math do things that are exceedingly hard to predict.
Thanks and best of the Holiday Season to you,
Mary
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Mary
I have the opposite problem to you - I live in the UK and our pans and = ready made pie crusts are 7 inch and all/most the recipes on the = internet are for 9 inch - especially pies - i always land up with left = over pie filling when using a ready made crust ( I use them alot as I = seem to have a defiency in pastry making! lol) Rehn=20
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Rehn
pastry making! lol)
Assuming the same depth in both pans, would not 7/8 th of a recipe be approximate, and time similarly shortened. It would be at least a start for an experiment.
Pan Ohco
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Pan Ohco
pastry making! lol)
Assuming constant depth, it would be closer to 5/8 of the recipe size: The area ratio is 7*7/9*9 = 49/81 = 4.8/8 If the 9 inch pan was deeper, it would be even farther off...
Dave
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