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  1. #1
    Andy Guest

    Default Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Perhaps asked before...

    I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked 'fried'
    chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick as
    greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non-
    stick property to it.

    Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    sheets? Which do you prefer?

    Andy

  2. #2
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Mon 10 Nov 2008 06:29:24a, Andy told us...

    > Perhaps asked before...
    >
    > I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked
    > 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as
    > non stick as greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's
    > got a silicone non- stick property to it.
    >
    > Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >
    > Andy


    I use baking parchment. I know the silicone mats are very good, but they
    require cleaning, too. Paper you can throw away. Coated metal baking
    sheets eventually get scratched with spatulas.

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  3. #3
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Andy wrote:
    > Perhaps asked before...
    >
    > I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked 'fried'
    > chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick as
    > greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non-
    > stick property to it.
    >
    > Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > sheets? Which do you prefer?


    I prefer 600 count percale.

    WTF is a baking sheet... and why do you want to sleep with the chicken
    and pigs?

  4. #4
    PeterLucas Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Wayne Boatwright <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected] 5.247:

    > On Mon 10 Nov 2008 06:29:24a, Andy told us...
    >
    >> Perhaps asked before...
    >>
    >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked
    >> 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about
    >> as non stick as greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup.
    >> It's got a silicone non- stick property to it.
    >>
    >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone
    >> baking sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >>
    >> Andy

    >
    > I use baking parchment. I know the silicone mats are very good, but
    > they require cleaning, too. Paper you can throw away.




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  5. #5
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Sheldon said...

    > Andy wrote:
    >> Perhaps asked before...
    >>
    >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked
    >> 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as
    >> non stick as greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's
    >> got a silicone non- stick property to it.
    >>
    >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    >> sheets? Which do you prefer?

    >
    > I prefer 600 count percale.
    >
    > WTF is a baking sheet... and why do you want to sleep with the chicken
    > and pigs?



    Heh heh heh heh heh!

    Ain't it about flannel sheet time up Yew Nork way?

    Ya BUM!!!

    Andy

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    Dave Smith Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Andy wrote:
    > Perhaps asked before...
    >
    > I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked 'fried'
    > chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick as
    > greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non-
    > stick property to it.
    >
    > Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > sheets? Which do you prefer?


    For oven fried chicken I use pans liberally greased with oil. I think
    that it helps the pseudo frying process.

    I also used greased pans for cookies. It is probably just a matter of an
    old habit dying hard. I have never tried parchment paper with cookies,
    though we use parchment paper for meringues.



  7. #7
    George Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Andy wrote:
    > Perhaps asked before...
    >
    > I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked 'fried'
    > chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick as
    > greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non-
    > stick property to it.
    >
    > Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >
    > Andy


    I like parchment. The reason it has such good non stick properties is
    that it is essentially paper impregnated with silicone.

  8. #8
    James Silverton Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    George wrote on Mon, 10 Nov 2008 10:00:21 -0500:

    > Andy wrote:
    >> Perhaps asked before...
    >>
    >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for
    >> "baked 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin,
    >> etc. It's about as non stick as greasing the pan itself but
    >> so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non- stick
    >> property to it.
    >>
    >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age
    >> silicone baking sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >>
    >> Andy


    Another possibilty that I use for oven-"fried" chicken or potatoes is a
    scattering of cornmeal. It really works and the little that adheres to
    the food does not detract from the result. I've not tried separate
    silicone sheets but non-stick baking sheets don't last very long.

    --

    James Silverton
    Potomac, Maryland

    Email, with obvious alterations: not.jim.silverton.at.verizon.not


  9. #9
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Mon 10 Nov 2008 07:51:09a, Dave Smith told us...

    > For oven fried chicken I use pans liberally greased with oil. I think
    > that it helps the pseudo frying process.
    >
    > I also used greased pans for cookies. It is probably just a matter of an
    > old habit dying hard. I have never tried parchment paper with cookies,
    > though we use parchment paper for meringues.


    Many cookie recipes call for non-greased pans. Baking parchment works well
    for these, too.

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  10. #10
    Wayne Boatwright Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Mon 10 Nov 2008 08:08:48a, James Silverton told us...

    > Another possibilty that I use for oven-"fried" chicken or potatoes is a
    > scattering of cornmeal. It really works and the little that adheres to
    > the food does not detract from the result. I've not tried separate
    > silicone sheets but non-stick baking sheets don't last very long.


    The silicone sheets like Sil-Pat work extremely well, but still require
    cleaning. Parchment, of course, is a toss away. I totally agree about the
    non-stick baking sheets. They’re a waste of money.


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  11. #11
    Omelet Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    In article <48YRk.615$[email protected]>,
    "James Silverton" <not.[email protected]> wrote:

    > George wrote on Mon, 10 Nov 2008 10:00:21 -0500:
    >
    > > Andy wrote:
    > >> Perhaps asked before...
    > >>
    > >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for
    > >> "baked 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin,
    > >> etc. It's about as non stick as greasing the pan itself but
    > >> so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non- stick
    > >> property to it.
    > >>
    > >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age
    > >> silicone baking sheets? Which do you prefer?
    > >>
    > >> Andy

    >
    > Another possibilty that I use for oven-"fried" chicken or potatoes is a
    > scattering of cornmeal. It really works and the little that adheres to
    > the food does not detract from the result. I've not tried separate
    > silicone sheets but non-stick baking sheets don't last very long.


    I'm planning on getting some silpats for my sister.
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    Peace! Om

    "Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanity cannot survive." -- Dalai Lama

  12. #12
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Nov 10, 9:38�am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > Sheldon said...
    >
    > > Andy wrote:
    > >> Perhaps asked before...

    >
    > >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked
    > >> 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as
    > >> non stick as greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's
    > >> got a silicone non- stick property to it.

    >
    > >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > >> sheets? Which do you prefer?

    >
    > > I prefer 600 count percale.

    >
    > > WTF is a baking sheet... and why do you want to sleep with the chicken
    > > and pigs?

    >
    > Heh heh heh heh heh!
    >
    > Ain't it about flannel sheet time up Yew Nork way?
    >
    > Ya BUM!!!



    I hate flannel bedding.

    For baking chicken/pork use a "roasting pan"... oil the meat, not the
    pan (unless you're gonna eat the pan). Sheet pans are for bakery
    goods, they're too shallow for meats unless you like living
    dangerously and don't mind fat running/spattering. If you're
    concerned about clean up there are non stick roasting pans.

    Great pan, great price: http://tinyurl.com/5k2pyu

    http://www.amazon.com/Circulon-16-In.../dp/B0000UQON2





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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Nov 10, 5:29*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > Perhaps asked before...
    >
    > I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked 'fried'
    > chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick as
    > greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non-
    > stick property to it.
    >
    > Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >
    > Andy


    Silpats or Parchment!

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    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Nov 10, 7:20*am, Omelet <ompome...@gmail.com> wrote:
    > In article <48YRk.615$U5....@nwrddc01.gnilink.net>,
    > *"James Silverton" <not.jim.silver...@verizon.not> wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > *George *wrote *on Mon, 10 Nov 2008 10:00:21 -0500:

    >
    > > > Andy wrote:
    > > >> Perhaps asked before...

    >
    > > >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for
    > > >> "baked 'fried' chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin,
    > > >> etc. It's about as non stick as greasing the pan itself but
    > > >> so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non- stick
    > > >> property to it.

    >
    > > >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age
    > > >> silicone baking sheets? Which do you prefer?

    >
    > > >> Andy

    >
    > > Another possibilty that I use for oven-"fried" chicken or potatoes is a
    > > scattering of cornmeal. It really works and the little that adheres to
    > > the food does not detract from the result. I've not tried separate
    > > silicone sheets but non-stick baking sheets don't last very long.

    >
    > I'm planning on getting some silpats for my sister.
    > --
    > Peace! Om
    >
    > "Love and compassion are necessities, not luxuries. Without them humanitycannot survive." -- Dalai Lama- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Nice gift! There are some things that are soooo much easier when using
    them, like florentines.

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    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    merryb said...

    > On Nov 10, 5:29*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    >> Perhaps asked before...
    >>
    >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked

    'fried'
    >> chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick

    > as
    >> greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone

    n
    > on-
    >> stick property to it.
    >>
    >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    >> sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >>
    >> Andy

    >
    > Silpats or Parchment!



    merryb,

    So... your choice?!?

    Don't leave me in suspense!!!

    Best,

    Andy

  16. #16
    Nancy2 Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Nov 10, 7:29*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > Perhaps asked before...
    >
    > I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked 'fried'
    > chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick as
    > greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone non-
    > stick property to it.
    >
    > Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >
    > Andy


    Parchment or non-stick foil.

    N.

  17. #17
    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Nov 10, 10:05*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > merryb said...
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > On Nov 10, 5:29*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    > >> Perhaps asked before...

    >
    > >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked

    > 'fried'
    > >> chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick

    > > as
    > >> greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone

    > n
    > > on-
    > >> stick property to it.

    >
    > >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    > >> sheets? Which do you prefer?

    >
    > >> Andy

    >
    > > Silpats or Parchment!

    >
    > merryb,
    >
    > So... your choice?!?
    >
    > Don't leave me in suspense!!!
    >
    > Best,
    >
    > Andy- Hide quoted text -
    >
    > - Show quoted text -


    Ok, silpats. I guess it's the green part of me! I use both, but
    probably use silpats the most...

  18. #18
    Andy Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Nancy2 said...

    > On Nov 10, 7:29*am, Andy <a...@b.c> wrote:
    >> Perhaps asked before...
    >>
    >> I've been using parchment paper to line a baking sheet for "baked

    'fried'
    >> chicken tenders," chipotle pork tenderloin, etc. It's about as non stick

    > as
    >> greasing the pan itself but so much easier cleanup. It's got a silicone

    n
    > on-
    >> stick property to it.
    >>
    >> Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper or the new-age silicone baking
    >> sheets? Which do you prefer?
    >>
    >> Andy

    >
    > Parchment or non-stick foil.
    >
    > N.



    Nancy2,

    Non-stick foil? I've seen it advertised. ICK!!!

    Andy

  19. #19
    Sheldon Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    Omelet wrote:
    >
    > I'm planning on getting some silpats for my sister.


    A stocking stuffer or in lieu of a boob job? hehe



  20. #20
    merryb Guest

    Default Re: Greased baking sheet OR parchment paper?

    On Nov 10, 4:00*pm, Sheldon <PENMAR...@aol.com> wrote:
    > Omelet wrote:
    >
    > > I'm planning on getting some silpats for my sister.

    >
    > A stocking stuffer or in lieu of a boob job? hehe


    They're kinda flat for that purpose...

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