parchment paper


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parchment paper

[′parch·mənt ‚pā·pər]
(materials)
Paper that has been manufactured so that its appearance resembles parchment.
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Fruits and vegetables taste fantastic naturally and dogs do not need excess salt, plus using parchment paper allows for easy release from the cooking sheet.
While the oven is heating to 325 degrees, line two baking sheets with parchment paper. Roll one of the dough disks on a floured surface until dough is about 1/4 inch thick.
To assemble the cake, remove the parchment paper from each cake.
Invert the baked cake onto a clean, dry kitchen towel and peel off the parchment paper. Wait 3 minutes and then gently roll the cake, still in the towel, starting at the 10-inch end.
from Le Cordon Bleu from Le Cordon Bleu Cover the dish with buttered parchment paper and foil.
I've only recently discovered parchment paper. My children are surprised.
Grease a 9in x 9in baking tray and line it with parchment paper.
Parchment paper: "Parchment paper is an indispensable utensil of the everyday gourmet," Paper Chef advertises.
The deal was inked in November 2013 with West Carrollton Parchment and Converting Inc, a family-owned business from Ohio, which also agreed to establish a long-term supply agreement with Ahlstrom for vegetable parchment paper used in food packaging, the vendor explained.
Then line the dough with parchment paper and top with a weighty substance, such as dried beans.
For the agnolotti: Line sheet tray with parchment paper. Lay out