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Parchment Paper - Minor baking breakthrough


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Parchment Paper - Minor baking breakthrough

Coyote | Jan 5, 2005 03:16 PM

I was about to make a quiche and as I prepared to roll out my dough noticed I'd forgotten to replace my waxed paper when I ran out of it during Christmas baking. Decided to use parchment paper instead to roll out the dough and WOW what an improvement! No sticking, no wrinkling, a real pleasure. Maybe everyone else knows about this trick, but I was very glad to discover it. Am now the proud owner of a Silpat, thank you Santa, so won't need parchment paper for baking cookies. I also use parchment paper occasionally to cook fish in in the oven. Wonder if I am overlooking other uses for parchment paper?

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