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How to line a rectangular cake tin

How to line a rectangular cake tin

- Cut a rectangular piece of baking parchment larger than the base of the tin by enough to cover the sides when placed inside.

- Make diagonal cuts at each of the corners

- Grease the tin all over with oil or melted butter.

- Place the parchment onto the base of the tin and push the sides into place. There should be overlaps of paper at the corners

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Equipment you will need for this technique

  • Baking parchment
  • Cake tin

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