1lb loaf tin - dimensions?

accroul, Jan 10, 7:21am
I have a book (American) in my possesion that requires all it's recipes in a 1lb loaf pan.
I have a loaf pan, but how should I work out if it is the right size (or close)!

cookessentials, Jan 10, 7:27am
25 cm x 11 cm x 5.5 cm

cookessentials, Jan 10, 8:56am
How urgently did you need this info!

accroul, Jan 10, 7:51pm
When I bake the bread in about 3 hours.
'Forewarned is forearmed ' yada yada yada

Thankyou again cooks!

cookessentials, Jan 11, 12:57am
You are welcome

cookessentials, Jan 12, 10:55pm
Did it work out ok accroul!

accroul, Jan 13, 12:04am
I used your dimensions to calculate a volume (figuring that 1lb tins would all have the same volume no matter what dimensions) then took that volume in water to fill the tin. Didn't work - My tin was 300ml shy of the 1.5L I calculated.The dough didn't rise like I expected it to either but that's neither here nor there, the family gutsaches still ate the resulting bread like a pack of seagulls!

bisloy, Jan 13, 6:59am
Remember 1 500g pkt of butter is approximately a pound.

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