Ever had a recipe that called for a particular sized pan that you didn’t have in the cupboard?
Require a baking dish but don’t have one to hand? This chart shows you how to easily substitute that with a round pan, even how to cheat with a bundt pan.
It’s not the best way of working but home cooks can’t have every single piece of equipment in the kitchen and this set of substitutions really helps.
This infographic shows how to measure a pan or a pot to get the exact dimensions. Measure depth or pour pre-measured cups of water into a pan or pot to know the capacity.
If the pan is too shallow you risk burning its contents so reduce the cooking time by 1/4 . If the pan is too deep it will cause the contents to dry out quickly so increase the cooking time, but lower the temperature.
The no-fret guide to pan conversions shows you exactly how to swap out baking dishes for trays and pans, bundt pan or tube pan, so even if you don’t have the exact pan for a recipe, you can adapt your ingredient amounts and cooking times to get the perfect results.
Take a look.