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Using Silicone Bakeware?

I just bought a blue, flexible, fluted bowl with a funnel in the middle, as used for angel food cake. I bought it at a thrift store and thought it was a Jello mold, but someone told me it is for baking cakes. Can anyone advise me how to use this? I am afraid of it melting in the oven. I believe it is made of silicone. I look forward to your replies. Thank you.

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By Mary Earl

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November 21, 20110 found this helpful

Visit this site--it gives some very good tips. housewares.about.com/.../siliconebasics.htm

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November 21, 20110 found this helpful

I have several silicone bakeware pieces. I discovered (the hard way) not to use the non-stick spray. It really won't melt in the oven.

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December 14, 20111 found this helpful

I have one of these blue silicone bundt cake pans, too. I really like it. Do NOT use no stick spray. The cake comes out very nicely after it is baked. Be sure to put it on a cookie sheet or pizza pan when you put it in the oven. It is too flexible to just be on the oven rack.

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