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Posted: 02/28/21 09:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Anyone know what kind of pan this is? What do you cook with it?
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Posted: 02/28/21 09:26pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

A "holey" pan?

My first thought was Ebelskiver or Abelskiver pan but those do not have holes.

Maybe an egg poacher pan that sits inside another pan filled with water for the oven?


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I think it's the top half of a cake ball pan/mold...

https://www.cakecentral.com/tutorial/39221/make-polka-dot-surprise-inside-cake


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magnusfide wrote:

A "holey" pan?

My first thought was Ebelskiver or Abelskiver pan but those do not have holes.

Maybe an egg poacher pan that sits inside another pan filled with water for the oven?


every abelskiver pan that I have seen have 7 cavities and are heavy cast iron.

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rdhetrick wrote:

I think it's the top half of a cake ball pan/mold...

https://www.cakecentral.com/tutorial/39221/make-polka-dot-surprise-inside-cake

I think we have a winner!

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rdhetrick wrote:

I think it's the top half of a cake ball pan/mold...

https://www.cakecentral.com/tutorial/39221/make-polka-dot-surprise-inside-cake
After going to that link, I'd say we have a winner.


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bukhrn wrote:

rdhetrick wrote:

I think it's the top half of a cake ball pan/mold...

https://www.cakecentral.com/tutorial/39221/make-polka-dot-surprise-inside-cake
After going to that link, I'd say we have a winner.

Yep.

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I see you found an answer. It looks to me like it may be a great way to separate a bunch of eggwhites from the yolks.


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schlep1967 wrote:

I see you found an answer. It looks to me like it may be a great way to separate a bunch of eggwhites from the yolks.


I have 10 of those....I use my fingers to separate eggs. Much easier quicker and they are always with me. Just wash before and after.


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Yup, it is one half of those cake pop making thingies. Just something that everyone in an rv needs to haul around

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