ALWAYS be sure your latch is secure. PLEASE do the upside down test. If the pan falls out, it is NOT securely fastened and caught on the bottom lip. You may keep the flat portion in while using the Bundt portion. Always secure the latch. ALSO, please note to take gentle care of your pan. I recommend hand wash only in warm sudsy water and use a soft dishtowel to dry thoroughly before use. When cleaning after use, you can also use a tiny craft sponge brush to get inside the little nooks and crannies for a thorough clean. Just a little trick I learned and passing onto you. Because your new pan is color/variances may occur due to temperature in the pressure cooker. This however, will not affect the performance or safety of your pan. In fact, just stick it in the oven for 5 minutes at 350 and it disappears. I just want you to know there is nothing wrong with the color and it's not permanent. The inner liners are all high quality cookware made of carbon steel. I also recommend storing it gently so it does not get scratched or nicked up. IF you use a whole box cake it will work great, but please note because of the weight and amount of batter, you may get slight leakage on the bottom. This too will not affect your cake and it will be mile high and delicious. Just be sure no matter what you are preparing to perhaps use foil wrapped and secured under the pan. Best way to insert bundt portion: Tip outer ring upside down and lay flat on the counter. Take the bundt portion and place FLUTE down. Line up on the inner seam and lock the latch.
|Studio||Home Pressure Cooking|
|Publisher||Home Pressure Cooking|
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