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Kitchen Gadgets: Muffin Papers and Tray

Release Date: 26-02-2011
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I decided to write on muffin (cupcake) papers and muffin tray on the questions from you.

I made a list of frequently asked questions and tried to answer as best I could for you.

1- What does the muffin tray look like? How is it used?
As in the first photo, muffin (cupcake) trays are Teflon-coated trays with 6 or 12 wells. There are silicone trays that are used without paper as well as those used with paper.

2- Can muffins be baked using only the tray?
Muffins can be baked using only the tray, in which case it is sufficient to grease and flour the tray. But I recommend using paper as it looks more elegant with paper.


3- Can I use muffin papers without muffin tray? Does muffin paper get oiled?
The rightmost white hard cupcake papers in Photo 2 can be used without the muffin tray. But if you use the others without a tray, the paper will not be able to withstand the pressure of the cooked dough and will open, and your material will be wasted.

You can use muffin paper with or without oiling.

4- What kind of muffin mold should I choose?
I recommend you to choose Teflon muffin trays. If you are not making a lot of muffins, you can choose hard paper cake molds or disposable aluminum molds.

5- Where can I buy muffin papers?
It used to be difficult to find, it was necessary to go to places that sell cake ingredients, but now it is sold in all major markets and almost all cheap markets.

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  • On April 18, 2014 at 19:06 PM

    Where can we get the muffin paper used without the white tray on the far right in photo 2 that you mentioned?

    • On April 19, 2014 at 09:57 PM

      It is now sold in markets such as Migros and Tansaş, as 12 packs. Of course, there are also places that sell cake supplies.

  • March 24, 2011 at 14:22

    hello, can we use any kind of paper for the teflon mold in the picture? Does it matter whether the papers are small or large, is there a small paper for a large die? Take it easy…

  • On February 27, 2011 at 08:59

    I bought these aluminum molds from Ikea, but they rusted right away. On my last visit, I bought the paper molds with points in the photo. I liked them very much. The muffins came out easily without sticking, and as you said, molds are essential for stylish presentation


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