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Product Specification


Category
: Kitchen & Dining  >  Others  >  Kitchen Accessories
Brand
: Pinocchio
Model
: Cake Pad Paper
SKU
: 1
Dimension (Length x Width x Height)
: 14.00 x 1.00 x 14.00
Weight(KG)
: 0.05
Manufacturing Country
: Malaysia
Warranty Type
: No Warranty
Warranty Value
: -
Warranty Description
: -
Ship From
: Kelantan

Product Description


Condition: 100% New Product and High Quality

Material: Paper

Brand: Artst Bakin's

Colour: Clear / White

Size/Package: 14cm x 14cm (5.5inch) // 16pcs


8 Ways to Use Parchment Paper

1.If you've ever baked a layer cake or tray of bar cookies only to have them become permanently glued to the pan, you know why parchment paper is a baker's best friend. Best practices will have you grease the cake or baking pan (to help the paper stay in place), line it with parchment, then grease the parchment to make baked good liberation go as smoothly as possible.

And to make removal even easier, try this trick for rectangular and square-shaped pans: Cut one piece of parchment to cover the bottom of the pan and two inner sides with a little extra hanging over the lip on each side. Cut another piece of parchment to fit crosswise, covering the bottom and the other two sides (again with a little extra hanging over the lip). Once your treats have baked and cooled, use the flaps to lift them out of the pan in one piece, then peel the paper back from the sides and slice directly on the parchment..


2.No cupcake or muffin liners? No problem! Cut 5-inch squares of parchment, press them into a greased standard muffin tin, then use a small can or jar to press them in place. Fill with cupcake or muffin batter and bake. Try 6-inch squares for a jumbo-sized tin.


3.Lining a baking sheet with parchment before baking not only helps release your cookies easily, it also prevents the bottoms from getting too dark. Win-win.


4.Parchment can act as a great funnel substitute. Sift dry ingredients (like flour, baking soda, and cinnamon) onto a sheet of paper, then carefully lift it to create a funnel and easily add to a mixing bowl or the bowl of an electric mixer.


5.For easy clean-up, place cookies and cakes on parchment before glazing and drizzling. Toss the parchment when finished.


6.Stuck-on fish skin is one of the worst things to scrape off the bottom of a baking pan. Do yourself a favor and line the sheet with parchment before cooking.


7.Parchment is so useful when baking sticky stuff like granola. It makes it easier to toss the ingredients while baking, prevents burning, and it allows you to cool the granola right on the sheet.


8.When roasting vegetables that weep viscous liquid when they caramelize (like sweet potatoes and winter squash), parchment paper can be a real time-and-pan-saver. While parchment always makes clean-up easier, if you're after deeply browned roasted vegetables, it's best to skip the paper liner. It can cause steaming and makes good caramelization harder to achieve. Your carrots, cauliflower, and fingerling potatoes will brown more easily when they have direct contact with a well-seasoned sheet pan.


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