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Old 07-05-2007, 02:28 PM posted to rec.food.baking
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Hello all.

Can anyone recommend something to bake biscuits on? We've just got a
new oven and for some reason I don't understand this new one seems to
bake biscuits much better than any oven I've used before. But the
sticking point, literally, is that we don't have any decent baking
trays. Using an old microwave tray is acceptable when it is greased.
But I'd like to think that nowdays it would be possible to buy
something so non-stick that you can bake biscuits on it, and when
they're cold, just tip it up and they'll slide off.

Any recommendations? I'm in the UK.


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On 7 May 2007 06:28:54 -0700, "
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Can anyone recommend something to bake biscuits on? We've just got a
new oven and for some reason I don't understand this new one seems to
bake biscuits much better than any oven I've used before. But the
sticking point, literally, is that we don't have any decent baking
trays. Using an old microwave tray is acceptable when it is greased.
But I'd like to think that nowdays it would be possible to buy
something so non-stick that you can bake biscuits on it, and when
they're cold, just tip it up and they'll slide off.

Any recommendations? I'm in the UK.


A Sil-Pat or other silicone sheet on your existing pan should do it.

-- Larry
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Use a Baking Stone - Pampered Chef sells a great one.


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Hello all.

Can anyone recommend something to bake biscuits on? We've just got a
new oven and for some reason I don't understand this new one seems to
bake biscuits much better than any oven I've used before. But the
sticking point, literally, is that we don't have any decent baking
trays. Using an old microwave tray is acceptable when it is greased.
But I'd like to think that nowdays it would be possible to buy
something so non-stick that you can bake biscuits on it, and when
they're cold, just tip it up and they'll slide off.

Any recommendations? I'm in the UK.



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On Oct 10, 4:18 pm, "LMW" wrote:
Use a Baking Stone - Pampered Chef sells a great one.

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Hello all.


Can anyone recommend something to bake biscuits on? We've just got a
new oven and for some reason I don't understand this new one seems to
bake biscuits much better than any oven I've used before. But the
sticking point, literally, is that we don't have any decent baking
trays. Using an old microwave tray is acceptable when it is greased.
But I'd like to think that nowdays it would be possible to buy
something so non-stick that you can bake biscuits on it, and when
they're cold, just tip it up and they'll slide off.


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I'm with you LMW... I use the same Pampered Chef Stone, I have two
and use them all the time. Both are nice and brown. I cook
everything I can on it.
chilichick



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