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Bakeware Sets Make Your Kitchenware Complete

Any properly stocked kitchen needs good quality baking dishes for preparing muffins, cakes, casseroles, and more. instead of buynig individual pieces of bakeware one by one,shop our diverse assortment of complete bakeware sets in materials ranging from nonstick to silicone to glass.

Nonstick bakeware has a special coating over the aluminum or steel pan, which prevents the food from sticking to the bakeware. Nonstick bakeware works especially well for baked goods like muffins, cakes, and other baked goods. It tends to absorb heat faster than other types of bakeware, so the timing of the recipe may need to be adjusted to avoid overcooking. Some nonstick bakeware is insulated, which allows for a more even distribution of heat. Use only silicone or rubber baking tools with nonstick bakeware, as a metal spatula or knife can scartch the coating.

Silicone bakeware is extremely flexible and allows heat to move evenly through the food. It can be used in the microwave, oven, and even the freezer. Because the silicone does not absorb heat like metal or glass, the cooking process stops as soon as the bakeware is removed from the oven, preventing accidental overcooking. It is just as easy to maintain as it is to use: Simply toss it in the dishwasher as needed.

Glass bakeware is often considered to be the classic casserole dish and with good reason. Food rarely sticks to or stains glass, and glass is a good conductor of heat, allowing the food to cook evenly throughout. Temperatures will often need to be adjusted by 15 to 25 degrees to avoid overcooking or burning. Dishes can be prepared ahead of time and placed in the refrigerator until it is time for cooking. Glass bakeware should be washed in hot, soapy water with a sponge and dried immediately.

Stone bakeware is preferred for certain dishes, particularly pizza. It evenly distributes and retains heat so that food is kept warm for long periods of time. Stone bakeware requires a certain amount of care, including careful oiling before use. It should not be washed with harsh soaps or detergents. If it is soiled, excess debris should be scraped, and the stone should be rinsed well in warm water.

Bakeware sets from Sears are the ideal purchase for building your supplies or adding to an existing collection. Fill your cabinets with your preferred baking sheets, Bundt pans, pie pans, bread pans, and more from Sears, where you can find everything you need for a well stocked kitchen.

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