Baking parchment is a non-stick paper used to prevent food from sticking. It means you don’t need to grease the pan, ensuring speedy baking!
It’s typically made by submerging paper pulp in chemicals, such as sulphuric acid or zinc chloride, or is covered with an agent such as silicone.
Baking parchment is often reusable and easily disposable.
It’s made from vegetable or plant based materials, specifically cellulose.
Cooking in the French style ‘en papillote’ (in parchment) involves wrapping food in baking paper and placing in the oven.
Baking parchment was invented in the 20th century – before that cooks would have used sheets of white paper!
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