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The innovative design of the Frieling Emsa 9-in. Nonstick Glass-Bottom Springform completely transforms the art of making delicious cheesecakes. The sides and the bottom are separate pieces, as with all springform pans. Attach the two pieces via the clamp to keep your cheesecake in one piece during the baking process. Before filling the springform with your cheesecake batter, press the crust against the seam. You won't have to worry about batter leaking as you fill the pan. After removing the cheesecake from the oven, undo the clamp, and the sides will lift easily from your cheesecakes. Thanks to the nonstick surface of the sides, your cheesecake will stay completely intact, and the edges will be smooth. Check the doneness of the crust visually by looking through the clear glass bottom. This glass surface also makes an elegant serving plate. Feel free to slice your cake directly on the glass bottom: the knife won't scratch it or damage it in any way. Over time, this glass bottom stays clean and clear. Transferring the springform from your counter to your oven and back again is easy thanks to the two large handles. This versatile springform pan works well for cheesecakes, ice cream cakes, coffee cakes and brownies. If you don't have a sweet tooth, try using it for savory tortes, like a delicious ham and cheese torte.
Nonstick sides allow your cheesecake or other delicacy to keep its smooth edges
Glass bottom doubles as an elegant serving dish
Cut directly on the glass bottom without worrying about scratching the surface
Ideal for cheesecakes, ice cream cakes and savory tortes
Cleaning & Care: Handwash and dry thoroughly
Material: Stainless steel with nonstick and glass bottom
Cooks Illustrated recommended the glassbottom Freiling as the ultimate springform pan. I wifflewaffled over getting it because it's pricey but, having used it a few times over the holidays, I have to agree that it's a great pan: Lightweight but durable; great nonstick coating; opens and closes smoothly; tempered glass bottom doesn't show scratches from knives; glass bottom is smooth, with no raised edges on the sides, so you can cut on it fully and easily lift the cake slice off the bottom; the glass bottom looks attractive on the buffet table when the cake's half gone, much better than a shoddy metal pan bottom; having handles on the side of the pan is fantastic, makes it really easy to remove the pan from the oven. Really terrific pan. Highly recommended. (Thanks, Cooks Illustrated! I'd never have found this on my own.)
If you don't like to bake, cheesecakes are the easiest besides brownies to make. This pan makes it so much more easy. My old pan was painted porcelin and scratched with years of use. This cleans up much faster to.
I was a bit leery about the whole cheesecake process, but with this pan and a great recipe the results are great. This pan performs exactly as advertised as I have made several cheesecakes since ordering. Each one is perfect and the pan has performed flawlessly. The extra expense of this pan to others is definitely worth it.
I've never baked a cheesecake from scratch in my life and have also never owned a springform pan. So, if you're a novice and want to buy a pan that's easy to use, cleans up fantastically, and doubles as a pretty serving plate, this is the one for you. I'm extremely happy with my purchase.
I'd seen this recommended by the Culinary Institute of America and was so pleased when I got mine. Its incredible non-stick finish is just one feature you will also find the handles an excellent help, and the idea of a glass bottom pan from which you can bake AND serve is long overdue. I bake so much and this pan is an excellent addition to my kitchen repertoire. I'd recommend it without hesitation.
This springform pan outperformed my Kaiser version. The handles were very convenient, but the glass bottom is the best feature. It was easy to remove the cheesecake in one whole slice. Most other pans show a metal rim, but this doesn't because the cake went to the edge. The cake and the glass bottom can be put on a more decorative plate for serving, if you don't want to slide the whole cheescake off onto another plate. I had no problem refitting the glass bottom into the rim after it was washed. And the cheesecake baked perfectly. Highly recommended.
I purchased this springform pan according to the recommendation of Cook's Illustrated magazine, and I have not been disappointed. It performed beautifully with a cheesecake, which required a water bath- the seal is exceptionally tight, and the handles made it a breeze to lift. The round pan also released the cake perfectly. The glass bottom is also a plus, as you don't have to worry about cutting and serving on this surface. I experienced similar results with a spinach and phyllo pie. Yes, it is a little on the pricey side....but Cook's just doesn't steer you wrong! If you plan to use it frequently, as I do, it is a good investment.
What a wonderful addition to the kitchen. The Frieling springform is very nicely made and did a beautiful job on my first cheesecake. The glass bottom is a real plus for durability, no Teflon coating to worry about scratching while cutting and serving. I certainly recommend this pan.
I bought this on the recommendation of Cook's Illustrated, even though it seemed very expensive for a springform pan. I have used it once so far, and it worked quite well, although positioning the glass bottom in just the right way as you close the pan is a bit tricky. (There is no lip to
I already owned this glass bottom springform pan and it worked so well I decided to find another one! It doesn't rust from the cut marks on the bottom and is easier to store cheesecake with (I don't need to remove it from the glass bottom to store). I would definitely recommend it!
I haven't used the pan yet, but am anxious to test it out on my next cheesecake recipe. I subscribe to America's Test Kitchen and Cooks Illustrated, so when they recommended this pan, I couldn't wait to buy it! I'm positive I'll love it.
I purchased the Frieling Glass Bottom Springform pan for myself after reading an equipment recommendation from Cook's Illustrated. The seal is very tight and I have had no problem with leaking. My only caution is to use a plastic knife to loosen the sides of the cheesecake. I forgot and used a metal knife which does scratch the surface of the metal ring. When I purchase this as a gift for friends and family, I include a plastic knife with the gift. Theresa
I read a review Cook's Illustrated did for this product. Since I had been trying to find a good quality springform pan I decided to try it. The price might scare some people off but in this case you get what you pay for. I am truly pleased with this springform pan.
LOVE IT! Handles are awesome and the glass bottom not only bakes well, it makes it so easy to serve from. Other conventional springforms get ruined by the knife no matter how careful you are. This one doesn't even notice the knife! Has not leaked yet, made about 8-10 cheesecakes so far, using a water bath.