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    Help needed desparately - very urgent, pls help

    Charishma_Ramchandani
    Mon Dec 03, 2001 5:09 pm
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    I'm desperate to make cookies in my new oven. The problem is in getting butter paper, its not easily available in supermarkets here, there are very selected places tht have it, which are pretty far off from my place. Can anyone let me know if there is a substitute to "butter paper'. Can I use aluminium foil instead? Also, if I did so, would aluminium foil harm my oven?
    Thank you in advance, God bless you.
    Leadville
    Wed May 22, 2002 1:25 pm
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    unless you have a microwave oven for your new oven you shouldn't have any trouble in just uing plan foil if there is a problem with sticking then use a [b]little flour or butter on the foil.
    BillJ51
    Wed May 22, 2002 5:44 pm
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    Got a minute and a few $$$ go to www.cooking.com and search for silpat baking sheets. They last a good long time as they are resuable. They come in two sizes and cost from $19-$29 each.
    Charishma_Ramchandani
    Thu May 23, 2002 5:31 am
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    Quote:

    unless you have a microwave oven for your new oven you shouldn't have any trouble in just uing plan foil if there is a problem with sticking then use a [b]little flour or butter on the foil.
    Funny how this thread bumped up after SO LONG!icon_smile.gif
    Mine is a microwave oven, yes, and I bake alot on the conv. mode.
    Thanks for the help:)
    Charishma_Ramchandani
    Thu May 23, 2002 5:32 am
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    Quote:

    Got a minute and a few $$$ go to www.cooking.com and search for silpat baking sheets. They last a good long time as they are resuable. They come in two sizes and cost from $19-$29 each.
    It'll take me the power of Hercules to get my dad to buy things on the net, he never agrees:(
    Mirj
    Thu May 23, 2002 6:10 am
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    Charishma, can you get parchment paper, also know as baking paper. You don't need to grease it, the cookies come out great (and lower in fat).
    gran
    Thu May 23, 2002 11:37 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Has anyone tried baking on stone sheets? I don't mean the unglazed stone that Pampered Chef sells and is so trendy right now. I have glazed stoneware pizza pans that are wonderful for all kinds of baking. The bottoms of cookies don't ever burn! If you're baking chicken nuggets or fish sticks or stuff like that which usually has a puddle around it, the stone seems to absorb it or something and the food comes out like real food, nicely browned and dry. The ones I have are Clay City Pottery because that's local, but I'm sure lots of pottery companies also make a baking sheets. Keep your eyes open -- they're indispensible!
    gran
    Thu May 23, 2002 11:38 pm
    Experienced "Head Chef" Poster
    Has anyone tried baking on stone sheets? I don't mean the unglazed stone that Pampered Chef sells and is so trendy right now. I have glazed stoneware pizza pans that are wonderful for all kinds of baking. The bottoms of cookies don't ever burn! If you're baking chicken nuggets or fish sticks or stuff like that which usually has a puddle around it, the stone seems to absorb it or something and the food comes out like real food, nicely browned and dry. The ones I have are Clay City Pottery because that's local, but I'm sure lots of pottery companies also make a baking sheets. Keep your eyes open -- they're indispensible!
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