Nordic Ware Gingerbread house cake mould, 9 cup silver, 83948


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Gingerbread house - fairy house from Nordic Ware, volume 2,1 l ( 9 cup). It will win you over with its perfectly elaborated details, thanks to which it will attract well-deserved attention at children's parties. But you can also use it for adults, for example as a suitable gift for housewarming. More

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Nordic Ware

Gingerbread house - fairy house from Nordic Ware, volume 2,1 l ( 9 cup). It will win you over with its perfectly elaborated details, thanks to which it will attract well-deserved attention at children's parties. But you can also use it for adults, for example as a suitable gift for housewarming. More

Product code: 83948
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Nordic Ware Gingerbread house mould, 9 cup, silver

Everyone knows the gingerbread house, so why not bake one and make the little ones happy? Let yourself be carried away by the amazing details of these bundt cake moulds and don't miss the opportunity to use such a mould to decorate the baked bundt cake according to your imagination!

- Material: cast aluminium, non-stick surface
- Colour: silver grey
- Dimension : 19 x 25 x 13 cm
- Weight: 0,83 kg
- Volume: 2.13 l (9 cup)
- Made in: USA
- Made in USA

The mold is made of solid cast aluminum,which ensures perfect heat distribution. The manufacturer itself recommends lowering the baking temperature by up to 15°C (59°F) below the temperature indicated in the recipes. For the best possible result , we recommend baking doughs that are denser (buttery, rubbed, yeasted), which will make all the details of the mould stand out.Can be placed in an oven with a maximum temperature of up to 200°C.

Maintenance instructions
- Hand wash with warm soapy water before first use and after each subsequent use.
- Do not use metal objects or wires
- Use a soft brush to remove stubborn dough deposits
- Fill the mould to a maximum of 2/3 full
- Never use olive oil, sunflower oil or other common table oils for greasing
- We recommend greasing the mould with lard or clarified butter, or spraying it with a special spray oil and dusting it with (semi-coarse flour or coconut)

The human touch
Nordic Ware's beautiful cake moulds are made with visible care . care , and this is also due to the fact that the production process also involves hand-working. Nordic Ware has been perfecting the process of creating unique bundt cakes for over 70 years, so that the moulds are not only unique but also perfectly functional.

Material
The aluminium used for the moulds is melted at 650°C in the first step.and then flows as a liquid into a holding chamber where a pressure arm pushes the liquid aluminium into the mould.This process has to be fast because it only takes a few seconds for the aluminium to solidify. The mould is then opened and the very hot but solid aluminium mould can be removed. Aluminium is very malleable, so Nordic Ware moulds can be shaped to the smallest detail.

Surface
Once the mould has been cast into shape, however, it still has a long way to go, the next step being to trim the excess aluminium around the perimeter of the mould. The mould is then sent for further processing, where it goes through a series of finishing processes, including starting vibratory equipment, corrosion protection spraying and surface roughening. The mould is then thoroughly washed, sprayed with a non-stick surface coating and cured using a PFOA-free resin .

The American brand Nordic Ware began its history in 1946 when the company was founded by David Dalquist, a metallurgical engineer with Swedish roots, and his wife Dorothy. However, it wasn't until 1950 that the company came to the attention of customers when a group of housewives visited David and asked him to create the classic cake mould they knew from their European homelands. David granted their request and created the world famous Bundt, the patented name for the bundt cake mould. The next twist came in 1966. A prestigious baking competition (the Pillsbury Bake-Off) was held in Houston, USA, where contestant Ella Helfrich placed 2nd. With a Nordic Ware mould with a hole in the middle, she baked the now iconic Fudge Tunnel recipe, which guaranteed fame not only for her but also for the Nordic Ware brand, which became an overnight hit.

Today, nearly 70 million households have a Nordic Ware mold , and that number is still growing. The company is headquartered in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where it also has a development centre. In fact, the Nordic Ware brand is constantly renewing its product range with new shapes and seasonal moulds. When a mould is designed, first a 3D model is printed and then production begins. Everything from the creation to the shipping of the product is done in one place.

color Silver