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Small Steam Pan For Ciabatta Rolls

dablues's picture
dablues

Small Steam Pan For Ciabatta Rolls

This is the type of pan I use for Ciabatta rolls.  I let the dough proof in each pan, and then bake in the same pan. I bought mine at a Restaurant Supply House a few years back.  Works great.  The pan is a small steam pan you see in Buffets   

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justkeepswimming's picture
justkeepswimming

I could see that being useful for a lot of things. Thanks for the tip!

SugarOwl's picture
SugarOwl

What are the dimensions of the pan? I only see 1/2, 1/4, 1/6, 1/8 size pans. the 1/8 is 5" x 6", but the ciabatta roll pan makes 3 1/4" x 3"

dablues's picture
dablues

5 x 5 1/2 measuring from the inside of the pan, and 2 1/4" deep.  Works for me.  If you can find smaller go for it.

 
SugarOwl's picture
SugarOwl

Thank you. Actually the 3" size seems too small for sandwich rolls. I had no idea you could bake in those, I thought it might warp the pans. I'll keep an eye for those.