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2dayShip Premium Quilon Parchmet Paper Baking Sheets, Pan liner, White, 12 X 16, 100 Count
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- 100 Premium Quilon Half Pan Liners
- Parchment paper is perfect for non-stick baking and cooking and ensures easy cleanup
- FDA approved and suitable for kosher foods
- Suitable for use in conventional ovens up to 450 degree f/230c and in the microwave
- Dimensions 12 x 16 inches
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No more scrubbing and cleaning pans when you use this parchment roll to line them. Not only can they be used for lining baking pans, but they can be used to protect counters when rolling out dough, packaging baked goods, and cooking foods "en papillote" (baked in parchment). Parchment paper can also be used to separate frozen foods, frost cakes - its uses are endless.
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I tried these instead of a previously ordered similar item (https://www.amazon.com/Parchment-Baking-Liners-Silicone-Treated/dp/B00HX0WUL2/ref=lp_8441353011_1_1?srs=8441353011&ie=UTF8&qid=1475806119&sr=8-1) because i thought it was similar, and due to this item having prime shipping, the total price was about the same for 300 vs 200 sheets. I assumed they were the same, or essentially the same.
Big mistake. Huge.
I knew they were not the same as soon as I saw them These were a grey ish white, the others were more of a creamy white. Still, i figured they at least worked the same.
While claiming to be "Suitable for use in conventional ovens up to 450 degree f/230c", the very first time I used one it browned to a crisp at just 425 for just 12 minutes. The only reason I'm not using the word burned is because I didn't actually see any flames. Still, that's clearly what happened.
Since I'm assuming they won't pay for return shipping, I'm likely just going to have to recycle these.
Live and learn, but never again.
I normally do, but silly me, thought how different can parchment paper be?
Answer - different!
People need a heads-up on how this came packaged. Not sure about different amounts, but I bought the 200 sheets offer.
I've bought parchment paper sheets for years. I don't like using the ones on rolls (like foil comes).
I like the precut half sheets. That being said, they normally come 100 sheets per pack, FLAT on a cardboard backing sealed I plastic. Y
ou just slit the plastic at the top and pull out what you need one flat sheet at a time.
THIS stuff arrived folded up, no cardboard backing, in a plastic bag. So there's no way to actually store it easily, and no way to keep it ready to pull out a couple sheets for a recipe and no way to keep the sheets straight so they lay down flat on the cookie sheets. In addition, it is very, very thin. I really doubt that it will work for higher temp recipes - I would not use over 350°, if at all. In fact, I already decided I will keep it for tracing paper for patterns, because I do not want to use this for food.
So, be aware of this lame packaging before you order.
Note that easy storage is gone.
Ease of pulling out a couple sheets is gone.
I bought a source of frustration instead of convenience.
This piece of c*ap is NOT parchment paper - cakes stick to the paper and paper is pourous.
The product's description says
"Parchment paper is perfect for non-stick baking and cooking..." - NOT TRUE. My cakes stick to the paper. I have to trim the cake off the paper
"...and ensures easy cleanup" - NOT TRUE. Grease from the cake passes through the paper into the pan, making cleanup of the pan very messy.
I purchased a pack of 100 which I now use to pick up my dog's poo (does a great job at doing it, albeit a little costlier than newspaper).
I am going back to Glad Cook 'n Bake even if it is three times more expensive...