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Unbleached Parchment Paper: Does anyone know if the Beyond Gourmet Brand has Quilon in or on it? Feb 25, 2010
It does not. Google their website, and it states clearly that they use silicone, not quilon.
It is for lining baking sheets, i don't think it would be as good as freezer paper.
I use a piece of parchment under pizza that i bake at 450 in the oven, and i usually cut off the corners that stick out - they get baked and brittle and end up in the bottom of the oven. It does a great job in the oven - allows the crust to crisp and supports it just enough to keep it on top of the rack until the crust can support itself. Direct heat, like a grill, will probably just burn it right off the bottom of the pizza. you might try a fish tray - enameled square and full of holes - that would support the crust but has the air circulation to allow a crispy crust. It also makes an insulating, heat-distributing layer above the fire.