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Lining a Springform Tin

Lining a Springform Tin

30 Jun 2019 - Anneka Manning

Don’t fuss when lining the base of a springform tin with baking paper. Grease the tin then tear off a square of non-stick baking paper about 8cm larger than the tin. Release the outside of the tin and turn the base upside-down (this will create a base without a lip, which makes removing the cake or cheesecake from the tin so much easier.) Place the paper over the base of the tin and then clamp the side of the tin around the base, to hold the paper in place. The paper will stick out the sides but this won’t matter and the extra paper hanging out the sides will not only give you something to help lift the cake off the base once it is baked but will also make removing of the paper from the base of the cake so much easier.