Substitute for 9 or 10 inch springform pan

Recipe calls for 9-10 inch springform for an olive oil lemon cake. Can I use a loaf pan?

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Nancy
Nancy December 14, 2014

Yes, two 8x4" loaf pans (each has 6c vol) will hold same batter as 10" springform (12c). See for more conversions - http://allrecipes.com/howto...

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luvcookbooks
luvcookbooks December 14, 2014

10 inch tube=2 9x5 inch loaf pans. From The Baker's Appendix, compiled by Jessica Reed and acquired @food52 Popup Shop last week. Used it already!!
The deeper question is do you need a tube pan. What are the details of the recipe, or will you wing it? Let me know and good luck.

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Food odyssea
Food odyssea December 14, 2014

Answer to deeper question is the house I am baking in is not my primary home and has limited storage in the small kitchen. My primary home has a very well equipped kitchen. I will try the two loaf pans, the disposable kind. I know, I know. Thanks for the help

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luvcookbooks December 14, 2014

Not to worry. I am at home w an overload of kitchen stuff but often not the called for pan. Something disposable will leave the house instead of taking up space and requiring attention.

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bigpan
bigpan December 14, 2014

I would think about lining the loaf pans with parchment paper.

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