This tinplate round mould will give an elegant shape to your desserts, entremets, ice cream, etc.
Chef Philippe's favourite mould to make rice pudding and old classic Riz Impératrice!
Tinplate bakeware has been manufactured and used for nearly 200 years. This material enables an optimal cooking and colouring of ingredients, as well as a uniform distribution of the heat.
Due to its high malleability, tinplate is ideal to make moulds in complex and neat shapes.
To ensure perfect results, it is essential to grease the mould beforehand.
Matfer's kitchenwares are produced with great care in its manufacturing facilities in France.
Associating tradition with innovation, Matfer's range of kitchen utensils and equipment are widely praised by chefs from all over the world and are designed to withstand an intensive use in professional kitchens and bakeries.
To clean burnt or stuck pastry, soak in hot water without any detergent before using a sponge.
Do not abrasive detergents, sponges or scrubs.
Do not use cleaning agents such as alkaline detergents, bleach, acid detergents, oven-cleaning solutions...
Rinse and dry after cleaning.
To remove limescale, heat water and white vinegar, then leave to cool and wash.
To polish stainless steel or remove heat stains, use the dedicated Bistro range by Matfer (http://www.meilleurduchef.com/cgi/mdc/l/fr/boutique/produits/mfr-nettoyant_inox.html).
Store in a dry, clean space.