Kirkland Signature Non Stick Parchment Paper, 205 sqft
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- Used as a liner for baking
- is an easy way to bake, cook, and prepare food with almost no clean up
- Non stick parchment paper
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Kirkland Signature Non Stick Parchment Paper is an easy way to bake, cook, and prepare food with almost no clean up. Also use as a liner for baking.
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Kirkland paper lays completely flat after tearing off a sheet while the Reynolds paper rolls up like a cigar. It is thinner than the Reynolds paper but it is just as non-stick and moisture and oil resistant.
Sure $11.49 seems like a bit much for paper but this 205 sq/ft roll will last a couple of years.
Cooking tip: use a stapler or buy a few all metal (not plastic) paper clamps to seal up your parchment paper food packet. Crimping the packet is a pain.
I also cut a sheet to size to drape over a roast to keep the splatter down, removing it near the end to facilitate the browning process. Less oven cleaning is always a good thing.
Btw, for baking muffins, I simply tear off a 4-6" sheet of this paper, and cut it into 4 pieces. I then hold one square of the paper into the muffin tin, and the spoon batter in. After the muffins are baked, I can simply pull the baked muffin (still in the paper ) out of the tin, and allow to cool.