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Zhejiang Guanghe New Materials Co., Ltd.

Zhejiang Guanghe New Materials Co., Ltd. is a factory-based international trading enterprise specializing in the production of food-grade silicone baking parchment and food packaging paper. Now it has 5 large-scale coating production lines, 4 slitting machines, dozens of back-end processing equipment, and an annual production capacity of more than 9,000 tons. With advanced production equipment, a skilled technical team, and diligent and united employees, we can accurately and efficiently meet the diverse product needs of customers in different industries.
We mainly export to North America, the European Union, Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Russia, and other countries. We can also launch customized products and services based on customers' different usage scenarios.

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How to use Baking Parchment Paper Sheets?

Using baking parchment paper sheets is quite straightforward. Here's a step-by-step guide:
Preheat Your Oven: Before you start baking, preheat your oven to the temperature specified in your recipe.
Prepare Your Pan: If you're using a baking tray or pan, there's typically no need to grease it when using parchment paper. However, if you prefer, you can lightly grease the pan before placing the parchment paper to help it stay in place.
Place the Parchment Paper: Take a parchment paper sheet and place it on the baking tray or pan, ensuring it covers the entire surface. The paper may curl at the edges, but it will flatten out as you add ingredients or weights.
Add Ingredients: Once the parchment paper is in place, you can add your ingredients directly onto it. For example, if you're making cookies, place the cookie dough balls on the parchment paper with enough space between them to allow for spreading during baking.
Bake as Directed: Follow your recipe's instructions for baking time and temperature. The parchment paper will withstand the heat of the oven without burning or melting.
Remove Baked Goods: Once your baked goods are done, carefully remove them from the oven. You can lift the parchment paper with the baked goods still on it and transfer them to a cooling rack or another surface for cooling.
Dispose of Parchment Paper: After use, you can simply discard the parchment paper. It's typically not reusable, but some higher-quality papers may be suitable for multiple uses.

What are the characteristics of Baking Parchment Paper Sheets?

Baking parchment paper sheets typically possess the following characteristics:
Non-Stick Surface: One of the primary characteristics of baking parchment paper sheets is their non-stick surface. This property prevents food items from sticking to the paper during baking, roasting, or reheating.
Heat Resistance: Baking parchment paper sheets are designed to withstand high temperatures typically encountered during baking or roasting in ovens. They can usually tolerate temperatures up to around 450°F (232°C) or higher without burning or melting.
Greaseproof: Parchment paper sheets are greaseproof, meaning they resist absorption of oils and fats from food items. This helps maintain the texture and flavor of baked goods and prevents them from becoming soggy.
Moisture Resistance: While parchment paper allows moisture to escape during baking, it also provides a barrier against excessive moisture absorption. This characteristic helps prevent soggy bottoms on baked goods.
Food Safe: Baking parchment paper sheets are made from materials that are deemed safe for food contact. They are typically unbleached or bleached using food-safe methods.
Easy Release: Baked goods and other foods can be easily released from parchment paper sheets without tearing or sticking. This ease of release simplifies the process of removing items from baking trays or pans.
Versatility: Parchment paper sheets are versatile and can be used for various cooking and baking tasks, including lining baking trays, wrapping food parcels for steaming or baking, and separating layers of food during freezing.
Convenient Packaging: They are often available in pre-cut sheets or rolls for convenient use. Pre-cut sheets are convenient for lining baking trays, while rolls allow for customizing the size of the parchment paper to fit various baking pans and dishes.