Parchment liners

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Parchment liners

Postby Reddiver » Mon Aug 05, 2013 12:24 pm

have never used the liners. I am going to do a pineapple upside down cake.. Seems it would make it really easy to lift out of D.O. Has anybody tried it? I have never used liners are they any good.?
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Re: Parchment liners

Postby jonw » Mon Aug 05, 2013 1:31 pm

Yes, I use them all the time. I buy a roll of parchment paper (next to the aluminum foil in the grocery store) and just rip off as much as I need.
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Re: Parchment liners

Postby RAYVILLIAN » Thu Aug 08, 2013 3:53 pm

They're great. We do a cinnamon/brown sugar monkey bread that has a lot of gooey stick stuff left in the DO that was a pain to get out. But with the liners it's a breeze.

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Re: Parchment liners

Postby Rainier70 » Thu Aug 08, 2013 5:27 pm

Parchment paper is great! It is non-stick and very versatile. It works for everything from under cookies and cakes to making folded packages for steaming veggies in the microwave.
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