February 23, 2005

Silpat Baking Mat

Has anyone else tried these? Do they work for cookies? How about meat? Vegetables?

Professional silicone baking sheet transforms any baking sheet into a non-stick surface. Reusable thousands of times. Withstands temperatures from -40F to over 550F. Made in France. 11" x 17".

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 23, 2005 2:24 PM
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I have a different brand and love it! I use it for baking cookies, heating frozen fries, baking chicken, etc. I don't think you can use it under th broiler, but I could be wrong. Nothing sticks to the mat and it's very easy to clean!


Posted by: Debbie at August 31, 2005 7:44 AM

Would love to know how the potatoes work out! Parm crisps? What are those???? Like you get on a salad at a more mid range place...?


Posted by: Jay Brewer at February 28, 2005 12:47 PM

They work great for baking. Also for parmesan cheese crisps! Haven't bothered trying for roasting beast, since if the beast is burning against the pan it's usually on purpose. Haven't tried for veggies either, since I rarely have problems with sticking ... maybe for roasted potatoes this would be nice. Gotta try that...


Posted by: Scott T. at February 23, 2005 5:29 PM
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