Copper pans come unlined and lined. Unlined copper pans can be used for: 1. Jam, fridge jam, jellies, chocolate and sugarcraft including marshmallows and nougat 2. Beer making/Brewing 3. Chutneys and preserves 4. Whisking egg whites (you get a firmer result as the egg white reacts with the copper) 5. Sabayon or Zabaglione pans Confectionery, Sugar and chocolate require many specific tools, often dedicated to … Continue reading What foods do you cook with lined copper pans or unlined copper pans? What is the difference?
The benefits of tin are that is better at heat distribution and tin is relatively non stick. Stainless steel doesnt colour unless it’s overheated where as tin will darken over time – it is almost like seasoning a pan as it becomes more non-stick as it gets older. Continue reading Stainless Steel or Tin lined Pans Copper Pans, which is better?
When buying copper pans it is essential to have the correct lining for the cooking task you wish to undertake. For instance, a good plain copper pan should be used for all jam, jelly, chocolate or beer making and a lined pan for all other cooking. Put simply, if you want the best heat conductivity then go for a tin lining, if you want good … Continue reading New Tin or Old Tin on your Copper Pan? – the choice is yours!
Canelés are a traditional sweet cake, that originated from the Bordeaux region of France – it is known for it’s caramelized crust on the outside and fluffy custard heart on the inside.
These fluffy little treasures are now available by artisan bakers all over France.
Now with Normandy Kitchen Copper canelé molds you can made these artisan French cakes too. Continue reading Caring for your Canelés de Bordeaux
Canelés are a traditional sweet cake, that originated from the Bordeaux region of France – it is known for it’s caramelized crust on the outside and fluffy custard heart on the inside. These fluffy little treasures are now available by artisan bakers all over France. Now with Normandy Kitchen Copper canelé molds you can made these artisan French cakes too. Ingredients Metric 470ml full-fat milk … Continue reading Canelés de Bordeaux Recipe
https://www.normandykitchencopper.com/bloghttps://normandykitchencopper.wordpress.comNormandy Kitchen sells quality vintage and antique copper pans and kitchen accessories from France.All the items we sell have been refurbished and restored. They are all vintage or antique copper pans from France that have usually seen one culinary life – our aim is to ensure they are fit for another. We accept Etsy Gift Cards, Credit Cards and Paypal. We do lay away plans. … Continue reading Normandy Kitchen Copper Video
Normandy Kitchen – the Home of Quality French Kitchen Copper WHY USE A JAM PAN MADE FROM COPPER? Traditionally the best cuisine uses copper pans that have their interiors tinned or silvered and the best jam making uses copper and utensils that are untinned and are plain copper throughout. In effect for centuries when cooking syrups, caramels or jams, copper was used as it works … Continue reading Copper Jam Making – Normandy Kitchen Copper
This Daubiere or Braisiere, a smashing old pan, is about 150 years old and can be used today like it was the day it was made. Continue reading Normandy Kitchen Copper – The Home of Quality French Copper – Daubiere the French Casserole
Copper Water Carrier or French Ferrat This lovely water carrier, sometimes miss identified as a drum, is a mid 18th to early 18th century item. Totally hand made it is designed to carry water from a well or river, either on the head or on the hip. There is a small round indentation on the base that, will the help of a small cushion or … Continue reading Normandy Kitchen Copper French Ferrat or Water Carrier
Buying good copper is an expensive business both for the items and the shipping costs, so making a good informed choice is a must! Continue reading Normandy Kitchen Copper– the Home of Quality French Kitchen Copper – Cooking and Caring for Copper