MichaelEhard Posted 13 Dec 2012 , 5:07am
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Hello Friends,

 

1. Baked-on cookie sheets can often be tough to clean, especially if the sheet was not properly greased to begin with. However, there are several tricks to make the cleaning easier and to make baking cookies that much sweeter.

2. Place the cookie sheet in the sink, and turn on the hot water to soak the sheet in hot, soapy water.

3. Return to the sheet 10 minutes later, when any particles stuck to the cookie sheet have been softened. Use your sponge to remove them from the cookie sheet.

4. Then use the soft side of the sponge to give it a good soaping; this will remove any oil on the surface. Rinse, and your baked-on cookie sheet is ready to be baked on again.

Thanks and Regards
Michael Ehard

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letsgetcaking Posted 13 Dec 2012 , 1:00pm
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Yep, the soaking method is good. Also, I use my plastic spatula to scrape it when it's really baked on. icon_smile.gif
 

BakingIrene Posted 13 Dec 2012 , 3:11pm
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Best trick of all: good quality parchment paper.  I bake a batch of cookies, flip the paper, bake another batch on the clean side, and the pan needs a quick wipe with a dry paper towel at the end.

 

And the cookies don't spread, they don't crack up, they don't get too brown on the bottom. 

letsgetcaking Posted 13 Dec 2012 , 3:48pm
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Yep, parchment paper is awesome! I don't always have it on hand, though. The store where I do my regular grocery shopping doesn't carry it.
 

GeminiRJ Posted 13 Dec 2012 , 6:31pm
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I've been using Silpats, and love them! They're not cheap, but they've held up great for over two years now and I never have to buy parchment paper. I bought them on sale at Sur La Table.

fadridrocky Posted 20 Dec 2012 , 4:42am
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Originally Posted by MichaelEhard 

Hello Friends,

 

1. Baked-on cookie sheets can often be tough to clean, especially if the sheet was not properly greased to begin with. However, there are several tricks to make the cleaning easier and to make baking cookies that much sweeter.

2. Place the cookie sheet in the sink, and turn on the hot water to soak the sheet in hot, soapy water.

3. Return to the sheet 10 minutes later, when any
Bond cleaning sydney particles stuck to the cookie sheet have been softened. Use your sponge to remove them from the cookie sheet.

4. Then use the soft side of the sponge to give it a good soaping; this will remove any oil on the surface. Rinse, and your baked-on cookie sheet is ready to be baked on again.

Thanks and Regards
Michael Ehard


Make use of warm water along with some scrubber and if you can get some magic cleaning solution it will be nice for you

fadridrocky Posted 20 Dec 2012 , 4:43am
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Originally Posted by GeminiRJ 

I've been using Silpats, and love them! They're not cheap, but they've held up great for over two years now and I never have to buy parchment paper. I bought them on sale at Sur La Table.


Make use of warm water along with some srcubber and get it done with any magi cleaning solution

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