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Profiteroles
they always stick i have tryed grease proof paper, tin foil and a flat baking try what am i doig wrong help and i need a new recipe i think as well

asked by stacey_ruth_edwards about 8 years ago

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sfmiller
added about 8 years ago

Is "grease proof paper" the same as baking parchment paper? If not, try parchment paper.

Or try a silicone baking mat. Silpat is one well-known, but rather pricey, brand; there are others. More expensive than parchment, but reusable.

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spiffypaws
added about 8 years ago

I've never had that problem, but I've only used silpats, or a ridiculously inexpensive silicone baking mat I purchased at KMart.

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usuba dashi
added about 8 years ago

I have always used grease proof paper (parchment paper in the USA), but I grease it with butter. Never sticks, always perfect

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casa-giardino
added about 8 years ago

I use parchment paper. They never stick.

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bella s.f.
added about 8 years ago

I agree. Silpat or parchment. Give it a go.

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Soozll
added about 8 years ago

No need to grease the parchment for profiteroles.

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