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With over 100 different types of bread, you can bet that you can't use the same pan for a baguette and a traditional loaf. Whatever kind of fluffy, crunchy, goodness you are making, you need a good recipe, a little bit of skill, and the right pan for the job. Whether you are a novice at bread making or it's one of the staple products of your business, Hubert has all the bread pans to meet your needs. This article will explore and explain the different types of bread pans, and which one is right for you!
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French bread pans are used for making baguettes and will sometimes be called baguette pans. A French bread pan will typically be made out of metal or aluminum. An important feature of a French bread pan is perforation along the entire pan which allows steam to escape during the baking process and yields a crispy and brown baguette. A French bread pan may have three to five compartments for bulk baking. A baguette is usually 18 inches or 24 inches long. Depending on which length you are intending to make, you'll need to buy the corresponding pan length.
French bread pans are perfect for baguettes! But on the versatility side, they can't be used for much more than that. In spite of their one-purpose use, the French bread pan is a favorite because it helps make superior baguettes.
When deciding what French bread pan meets your needs, you'll first need to ask what length of baguettes you are making and the number you'll want to bake at a time.
Here are some of our top selling French bread pans:
Sub sandwich roll pans are the perfect choice for creating fresh-made buns for long hoagie roll sandwiches. When making sub sandwich buns or hoagie rolls you need to be able to rely on even cooking and bake large quantities all in one pan.
A sub sandwich roll pan is great for creating uniform sandwich buns and making sure you get a crispy outside with a soft center. And the superior durability ensures years of continuous use!
When it comes to the best-selling sub sandwich roll pans, look no further than these two options. With glazing on each pan, your sub sandwich roll pans will last a lifetime.
Its uses go from bread to meatloaf. If you were asked to think of a bread pan this is likely what came to mind. The loaf bread pan is a fan favorite because of its versatility. You can bake more than just bread in what has become the standard pan in the kitchen. A loaf bread pan can be used to make granola bars, cakes, lasagna, ice cream, cheesecake, and more!
Loaf bread pans have lots of pros and very few cons. In fact, if your kitchen doesn't have a loaf bread pan you can hardly call it complete.
With so many options available it may be hard to decide which one is best for your needs. We've selected two of our top selling pans for you! One in the standard size and one in the larger size.
Mini loaf bread pans are a great tool to make a single serving treat for gifts or for your customers that prefer personal size loaves. You can also bake quiches or even mini cakes in these pans. With twelve slots per pan, you won't just be cutting back on the bake time, but you will also be able to make large quantities in a couple of bakes.
Mini loaves aren't for everyone. Before you buy a Mini Loaf Bread Pan, you'll want to be sure your menu is a good candidate or already has some mini loaf items on it. Mini loaf bread pans are wonderful to create personal sized servings and you can make a lot of them in a short period of time.
Bake up to twelve perfectly portioned mini loaves with these pans. The aluminized steel construction ensures high-quality, even baking, and durability. The nonstick coating provides a quick and effortless release at the end of your bake.
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