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Parchment Paper Description In Cooking
Nov 20, 2017

Parchment paper is a heat-resistant, non-stick paper that's used in cooking and baking. You can line cookie sheets and cake pans with it to prevent sticking and reduce browning. You can make pouches out of it to cook meats and vegetables. You can roll dough out on it. And you can use it to cut down on the number of dishes that you have to wash. Line your pans with it, and they'll still be clean when they come out of the oven.


Just toss the parchment paper in the trash, and put the pan away until next time.

All virtues aside, parchment paper is not an absolute necessity. If you don't have any on hand, just use one of these alternatives:

A Greased Pan - Coat your cookie sheet or pan with cooking spray, butter or oil. Then, lay your food directly on the pan. This will work for all but the most delicate or gooey of treats.

A Silpat - Silicone baking pads, often referred to by the brand name, Silpat, are a great replacement for parchment paper. Just drop one onto your cookie sheet, and whatever you put on it will come right off. There's no need to grease your pan, and there's very little clean up afterwards. If you don't have any yet, they're definitely worth adding to your kitchen collection.


They don't cost much, and can be used hundreds of times before they need to be replaced. And just like parchment paper, they help to keep your cookie sheets clean, so you don't have wash them after every use. You can even use Silpats as a non-stick surface when you roll out dough.