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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com/food-drinks/recipes/a36898/biscuit-jam-cookies/) Biscuits and Jam Cookie: While the oven is preheating to 425 degrees, line two baking sheets with parchment paper.
Turn out onto a piece of parchment paper and roll into a log shape 8 to 10 inches long.
Invert the baked cake onto a clean, dry kitchen towel and peel off the parchment paper.
Yes, heavy duty aluminum foil works just as well parchment paper and neither one need be rendered into a special shape.
Place the fried squid onto parchment paper to allow the excess oil to drain off.
Wrapped in a distinctive parchment paper, Old Amsterdam is made from pasteurized cow's milk and crafted using a unique recipe and ripening process from Holland's Westland family.
Line an 18- by 12-inch tray with parchment paper and grease with butter using a pastry brush.
This fully functioning recreation of Sir Isaac Newton's reflecting telescope features a 70-mm f/4 primary mirror (made of glass rather than the speculum metal that Newton used), and a tube wrapped in waxed parchment paper.
Each piece of jewelry comes with a 15-page Horoscope interpretation for each family member printed on parchment paper.
Fresh food and/or leftovers are tightly sealed in single-serving packets made from aluminum foil or parchment paper and baked in the oven for 15 minutes or so.
Cemetery officials believe the names of the men and women were inscribed on parchment paper and encased behind glass.
This product was developed when an avid at-home baker became frustrated with the hassle of rolling out uncooperative parchment paper, tracing the bottom of the pan, cutting out the round, and then struggling to keep the round paper from rolling up in the pan while attempting to pour in batter.