Made for professional use these Anodised Aluminium pans heat faster and cool quicker, conducting heat to the batter steadily so the cake can rise even and flat. Aluminium is extremely conductive, allowing batters to bake rather quickly, but it also reflects light which helps to minimise browning, keeping the crust delicate and thin.
There are a few tips Fat Daddio's advise for your new Anodised Aluminium pan and here they are;
1. Temperature, we recommend you start by lowering your oven by 10C from what's in the recipe.
2. Baking time, generally this will increase slightly with the temperature reduction, test at the specified time on your recipe for readiness but be prepared to give it a little longer. Use a skewer/ cake tester to test readiness.
3. Pan prep, grease your room-temperature pans with a thin layer of unsalted butter or shortening then dust evenly with flour (Milly's recommend Wilton cake release). Alternatively, line with parchment and spray grease.
NB: The use of Olive oil or aerosol release sprays containing olive oil are not recommended as they can leave a sticky residue that may discolour the pan over time.