Lining Pans With Parchment Paper

Baking By audrey0522 Updated 16 Jul 2009 , 2:19am by DefyGravity

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audrey0522 Posted 16 Jul 2009 , 12:46am
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I plan to make a parchment paper collar and also put it on bottom of my cake pan. I know I grease the pan so the parchment will stick. Is it necessary to then grease the parchment paper? I think I remember reading that if you don't grease it the cake batter will rise higher. I wasn't sure if the parchment would stick too much to the cake if I didn't Thanks!

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Wesha Posted 16 Jul 2009 , 12:56am
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I have seen many spray the pan, then place the parchment paper in the pan, and then spray the parchment paper before putting in the cake batter. I too have often wondered hmmmm icon_confused.gif

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ranbel Posted 16 Jul 2009 , 1:02am
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I don't spay either one. The only part of the pan that I spray are the sides....I have no problems with it...

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DefyGravity Posted 16 Jul 2009 , 2:19am
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I used parchment when I baked a chocolate cake yesterday. I didn't do a collar on the sides, but I greased them, and greased the corners and around the edge on the bottom really well before I put the paper down. It came out really well. I guess I can try with parchment on the sides next time....

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