Buttering and Flouring Baking Pans

When preparing a pan for baking and the recipe calls to grease and flour the pan, save your butter paper when you unwrap butter and put them in the freezer in a ziploc bag so you can just wipe them on the pan. Use powdered sugar to flour your pans. It not only adds a special taste to the cake but won't leave a white crown on the top of the item you cooked. The best part is, I have never had a cake or quick bread stick.


By J Walker from Salt Lake City Utah


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