Topic: Unplating a cheesecake

tootie    -- 06-23-2006 @ 12:36 PM
  If I prepare a cheesecake but don't want to take it on the plate of my spring form pan, what would be the easiest way to move it from the spring form pan to a cake board.  Or can the bottom of the spring form pan be replaced by a cake board and just bake on it.  I've not tried this and wondered what success, if any, any one else has had with this.  Thanks

Hasna    -- 06-26-2006 @ 6:23 PM
  Hey Tootie,
I went onto another forum I am a member of and found this info for you:
[cover a cake circle with parchment paper and place it into the bottom of the springform pan before baking. ]

hobbychef    -- 08-15-2006 @ 2:47 PM
  tootie, I too am a cheesecake fan but I don't like to scratch the bottom of my pans.  I spray the bottom with butter flavored cooking spray and then line with a parchment round and spray it too before baking. Then, everything comes out easily after baking and I transfer the cheesecake to a cake board for storage or transport. Steve

tootie    -- 08-16-2006 @ 12:00 PM
  Thanks so much for the good information!

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