|Cut parchment paper to fit the bottom of the pan.|
When I turned the pan upside down, the bread broke apart. It was pretty ugly, but still tasty.
Then I remembered a tip that JoAnn from Scene Through My Eyes gave me on my post about baking cookies with a Silpat.
|After loosening the side, the bread just slides out of the pan.|
I greased the pan on all sides. Then I cut a rectangle of parchment paper to fit the bottom of the pan.
I poured the batter in and baked it according to the recipe's instructions. When it was done, I took it out of the oven, loosened the sides with a knife, and turned the pan upside down.
Perfection! The bread slid out of the pan without any cracking or breaking. And the paper peeled off leaving a nice flat surface for slicing.
Thanks JoAnn for the tip. Now my breads come out both tasty and great looking! -- Margy