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Do I have to use a terrine mold?

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DC_Dining Mar 7, 2008 01:01 PM

I'm making a carrot cake recipe that says to use a metal triangle- or rectangle-shaped terrine mold, but I don't have one. Can I use a cake or loaf pan instead?

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    Kelli2006 RE: DC_Dining Mar 8, 2008 09:36 AM

    The mold may be the preferred shape for this particular recipe, but you can use any similar sized mold w/o adjusting the baking time or temps.

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      pengcast RE: DC_Dining Mar 9, 2008 07:02 PM

      You can use just about any pan. But getting the terrine out is much easier if the top of the pan is slightly wider than the bottom. Also I usually line my with cling wrap if not being baked and parchment if going in the oven.

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