Sasa Demarle Care and Use

CARE & USE

Superior Strength, Durability & Longevity. Unmatched Non-Stick Properties.

These are just a few of the reasons why our flexible molds have now become the preferred choice of professionals worldwide when creating most of the sweet and savory preparations that they had formerly made in metal molds.

Filling

  • Always place on a perforated baking sheet or a grid before filling to facilitate transport to the oven or freezer.

  • Fill empty indents with water or dough to help preserve their non-stick properties.

  • To make a mousse, only fill ¾ of the indents (this will leave space for biscuit).

  • Use on a perforated aluminum sheet or grid to maximize the circulation of air.
 

Baking / Freezing

  • Sheets and molds can be used in any ventilated or deck electric oven, although temperatures and baking times may need to be adjusted depending on the oven used.

  • To maximize product durability and longevity we recommended using at temperatures varying from -40°F to +500°F (or -40°C to +260°C).
 

Demolding

  • Depending on the products, demolding is easily accomplished simply by bending the mold around the frozen or the gelified products, or by turning the mold upside down (for baked products).

  • Small pieces should be demolded as soon as they are taken out of the oven. For fragile items (such as sponge cakes and Dacquoise sponges) we recommend that you let the product cool down before demolding.

  • In the case of small products, you can remove them at once just by lifting an edge of the tray.

  • Do not use knives or sharp tools.
 

Cleaning

  • Wash regularly, as accumulation of grease is detrimental to the durability of the material.

  • Soak in hot soapy water using a non-abrasive sponge and a mild detergent (neutral pH = 7).

  • CAUTION: Aggressive detergents (too acidic or too basic) will damage the molds very quickly.

  • After washing, place the Flexipan® tray in the oven at 212°F (or 100°C) for 2-3 minutes for sterilization and proper hygiene.


 

Storage

  • Store upside down in piles of 6 at the most. Store mats with very deep and straight shapes in piles of 2.

  • Do not fold the products - keep them flat.
 

General Recommendations

  • Do not cut inside or on top of the product.


 

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