How do I use everyday recipes with Flexipan®?
This is very simple and nearly the same for any Flexipan® Mold, Tray. Or Flexipat®
• Do not grease, flour, or spray your Flexipan® as recipes may instruct.
• IT IS TRUE, NOTHING STICKS TO THE FLEXIPAN®. THIS IS WHY THERE IS NO NEED TO GREASE, FLOUR, OR SPRAY BEFORE BAKING IN FLEXIPAN®, SAVING YOU TIME, MONEY, AND CALORIES!
• No need to use aluminum foil or parchment paper to line any Flexipan®. This is better for environment.
• Your Flexipan® needs support. Flexipan® should always be supported by a Perforated Baking Sheet. Why… because your Flexipan® actually breaths. It is the foundation for all your Flexipans®.
• When placed on your solid ordinary baking or cookie sheet the optimal performance is compromised.
• Use your metal cookie sheets to stack Flexipan® Molds and Trays in the cupboard for ease when pulling from cupboard shelves.
• When making gelatin or Jell-o in Flexipan® add one extra pack of plain gelatin to your recipe. Gradually peel down the sides of your mold to unmold jell-o and gelatin.
• Cover your Flexipan® with a Silpat when a lid is required.
• When a 9x13 pan is called for in a recipe you should use a Deep Flexipat®, a Flexipan® Premium Mold or a Flexipan® Tray that has higher capacity. The capacity is listed in our catalog or you can find it on our website www.demarleathome.com.
• You can bake an entire cake recipe in one 2 ½ quart Flexipan® Mold or any Flexipan® with greater capacity instead of using two of your metal cake pans. Just bake and let cool in Flexipan® Mold. Place plate on top, flip over and lift Flexipan® Mold off cake. Use a serrated knife to slice into two circles. You now have two layers, you only used one pan, and there is not a hump in the middle of your cake. Clean up is a breeze too!
• When making a jelly roll cake, instead of powdering a kitchen towel with cocoa or powdered sugar you can make your jelly roll cake in our Deep Flexipat® and turn it out onto a Silpat. Roll up and let cool.
• When a recipe says to “fry” something you can spray the food items with olive oil and bake it on your Silpat in the oven. You will get the “fried” effect without the grease or mess.
• When a recipe calls for a baking or cookie sheet just use your Silpat for superior results!
• Silpat has many uses. It can be used for sweet or savory recipes.
• Uses for Silpat: baking fish, chicken breasts, roasting vegetables, roasted potatoes, nachos, stuffed peppers or tomatoes, cookies, pastry, etc.
• Use your Roul’Pat® as a baking mat for rolling out dough. The dough will not stick.
• Use beside your cooktop when making chocolates.