Yours to own or give: The versatile Bundt Pan
A temping trio of Bundt Pan specialties, clockwise from top: souffle with frozen-daquiri tang; ham ring and pineapple slices; refreshing potato salad mold.
The Bundt Pan, an all-purpose food mold with a unique, traditional shape, will make a useful addition to your collection of kitchen wares — and an ideal gift for anyone with culinary flair.
This formed-aluminum tube pan, with its straight, fluted sides, can not only bake a beautiful cake, but also turn out a conversation-piece main dish, salad, bread or dessert to spark a party table. A 12-cup Teflon-lined Bundt Pan, in your choice of four colors (three are pictured above), is now available exclusively to American Home readers for $4.98, along with a cookbook containing more than 300 recipes.
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- Monterey souffle salad recipe (1955)
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