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Baking papers knowledge

There are three main types of baking papers currently on the market.
Grease proof paper (also known as baking papers, oven paper, steamer paper) has no sheen on the surface of the grease proof paper. The main purpose of this paper is to keep the baking tray clean by placing it underneath the food when baking bread, cakes or biscuits. The cake cup holder and bag for KFC chicken wings is made of greaseproof paper. It serves as a grease-proof for a certain period of time.

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Translucent paper

Translucent paper (called oil paper by many sellers, also known as cellophane, glossy paper, wax paper, steamer paper) This paper has a supercalendered surface with a shiny glossy finish. It is used for the same purposes as greaseproof paper, the main difference being that it is not greaseproof and is not as waterproof as greaseproof paper. There are many different thicknesses of greaseproof paper available on the market due to their different weights. The usual weights are 24g, 26g, 31g etc. The lower the weight, the thinner the paper and the heavier the weight, the thicker the paper.

Silicone paper

Silicone paper (grill paper, baking paper, silicone-coated paper) is a translucent or greaseproof paper coated with food-grade silicone oil. The advantages of this paper: it peels exceptionally well, food is least likely to stick to the paper and is resistant to high temperatures. The disadvantage is that it is expensive.

The role of baking papers

Baking papers and baking mats work The tool I often use and highly recommend is baking papers. However, I do not like rolled up baking papers as it rolls up easily and is not easy to cut. I prefer to use cut baking paper, which is now readily available everywhere and can be bought at bakeries (or get some from your favourite bakery). For a home baking tray, cut a sheet of baking paper into two pieces for spare use (home baking trays are usually half the size of a professional baking tray).
Many people don’t realise that baking paper is treated with silicon, which makes it different from greased or waxed paper. The silicon is heated to 71°C before it separates from the object it is in contact with, so it is a good idea to spray the paper with oil first if you want to move the food on it. Usually you also need to sprinkle it with cornflour or coarse flour. As well as making it easier to move the dough around, it adds texture to the surface of the bread when baking. It is not necessary or essential, nor is it only needed for certain breads, but it does make oven-baked bread prettier.

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Advantages of baking papers

One of the biggest advantages of baking papers is that you can slide it and the dough on top directly onto the baking sheet in the oven without having to lift the dough off the proofing board, thus reducing the dough when it is at its most fragile. The possibility of damage. Baking papers is very useful when baking bread that needs to be baked directly on the baking sheet.

Square baking tray

  1. Step 1: Melt the butter and then spread it on the baking tray with a brush
  2. Step 2: Measure the inside of the baking tray and cut the baking paper to the same size as the tray. Here, take care to keep the length long enough to allow for easy lifting. Then place the baking paper close to the inside, taking care to compact the right-angled sides.
  3. Step 3: Once you have laid the first sheet of baking paper, butter the bottom of the first sheet, then take another sheet of the same size and place a sheet of baking paper along the horizontal side of the first sheet in the baking tray, this is to make it easier to unmould the cake or other food.
    When unmoulding the cake, lift it gently to release it smoothly without it falling apart. Not only is it a neat shape, but the mould comes out clean.

Round Baking Pan

  1. Step 1: First, fold a square of baking paper in half with one corner in the centre.
  2. Step 2: Take the sharp corner and align it with the centre of the baking sheet, then cut out the arc to suit the size of the baking sheet.
  3. Step 3: Once cut, pull away from the arc and the result is a round baking tray of baking paper.
  4. Step 4: Brush with butter and cover the baking tray with baking paper.