I am thinking to make this tart for Monday or Tuesday to take to my sil for eid day

The recipe she uses a 9" tin nut my tin is 10", will it make much of a difference, does it matter? I don't know how much to change quantities for 10".

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I am thinking to make this tart for Monday or Tuesday to take to my sil for eid day

The recipe she uses a 9" tin nut my tin is 10", will it make much of a difference, does it matter? I don't know how much to change quantities for 10".

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I do not have my baking stuff with me here but there is a formula to help you get the ingredients that you need. I'll see if a quick Google can find it

You need to list your ingredients and then times them all by 1.2 e.g.

350G of Plain Flour - 420G Plain Flour

*this only works for 9" to 10" - I cannot find the table on Google but I have a copy somewhere in my Baking things *

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I found an excellent solution to this problem without my table!

Find the area of your pan and follow this simple mathematical problem:

*AoP = Area of Pan

3.14 x AoP² (recipe pan)

3.14 x AoP² (your pan)

*your pan / recipe pan = (numbervalue)*

*3.14 x 4.5² = 63.5 (9")*

*3.14 x 5² = 78.5 (10")*

*78.5 / 63.5 = 1.2 <--- the number you times ALL of your ingredients by*

You need to list your ingredients and then times them all by 1.2 e.g.

350G of Plain Flour - 420G Plain Flour

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I found an excellent solution to this problem without my table!

Find the area of your pan and follow this simple mathematical problem:

*AoP = Area of Pan

3.14 x AoP² (recipe pan)

3.14 x AoP² (your pan)

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Oh the tart looks so yummy, not tasted it yet but will be serving to my guests after lunch today.

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