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Line a cake tin in about 1 minute

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You can line a cake tin in about a minute to prevent your cakes from sticking to the tin (and make clean up easier!) Plus it gives you nice smooth sides and base for your cake - perfect if you plan to serve them naked!

Take a large rectangle piece of baking paper and fold into quarters. Then fold the quarter over about 2cm at a time until you get a triangular arrow style shape. Trim to the size of your tin by placing it into the tin with the point at the centre and fold where it reaches the side. Cut across the fold. Unfold and place into the base of your tin.

Take the piece you trimmed and cut the ragged edge off. Trim to two rectanges and unfold. This will line the sides of the tin.

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