Meaning of cake tin in English:

cake tin

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noun

British
  • 1A deep, flat-bottomed container used for baking cakes.

    ‘spoon the mixture into the two cake tins’
    • ‘Divide the dough into twelve pieces and roll into balls then place these in a square cake tin, greased and lined with non-stick baking paper.’
    • ‘Viennese bakers' manuals recommend using a specially shaped cake tin to produce a smooth cake with rounded edges over which the icing can flow.’
    • ‘Brush the melted butter around the sides and base of a round cake tin that is about 3–4 cm deep.’
    • ‘Spoon the mix into the cake tin, level the top and bake for 55–60 minutes until a thin skewer inserted in the centre comes out clean.’
    • ‘Line a small cake tin or round ovenproof dish with a disc of non-stick baking paper.’
    • ‘Lower the cake tin into the roasting tin and carefully, very carefully, slide into the oven.’
    • ‘I know lining the cake tin is a drag but it has to be done, otherwise the edges of the cake will burn.’
    • ‘I doubled the recipe I got as I didn't have a small enough cake tin.’
    • ‘If she likes baking, you can buy her a new cake tin.’
    • ‘Pour the batter over the rhubarb in the tin and return the cake tin to the oven for about 55 minutes or until a skewer comes out clean.’
  • 2An airtight metal container for storing cakes.

    ‘these cakes will keep for 2–3 days in a cake tin’
    • ‘She gave him a large cake tin full of bread pudding.’
    • ‘If I should feel hungry between meals I eat a piece of fruit rather than raiding the cake tin or the biscuit barrel.’
    • ‘Jane told us to look excited as we pulled the lid off the cake tin.’
    • ‘Sitting in a cake tin on the table, was a single dried apricot.’
    • ‘Nan thought it was time to eat again and made us ham sandwiches and, of course, brought out the cake tin.’
    • ‘There's something about the tinkle of teacups or the sound of the cake tin opening that can brighten the weariest of afternoons.’
    • ‘This app is really keeping me motivated to stay away from the cake tin at work.’
    • ‘These flapjacks will keep in a cake tin for up to a week.’
    • ‘Leave the icing to set for 1–2 hours then store the biscuits in a cake tin.’
    • ‘The cake tin is full and it'd take no more than a few minutes to brew a nice cuppa.’