Keep Baking Paper From Curling With Magnets

Baking paper is a smart investment in the kitchen, but it has other uses too. If you find your baking paper curls when you lay it out, America's Test Kitchen suggests magnets as a solution.

Just grab some round fridge magnets and drop them on the corners of the baking paper. If you're using it on a metal baking pan, the magnets will hold the baking paper in place. They'll get hot in the oven though, so be careful about how you remove them once you're done.

The folks at ATK have a few other tips for keeping your baking paper from curling up. Hit the link below to see all of them.

3 Ways to Make Problematic Parchment Paper Stay Put [America's Test Kitchen]

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Comments

    As per the original source "Make sure to return the magnets to the fridge before baking the goodies. "

    Just laying it down against the curve seems to work fine for me!

    Magnets generally don't like heat. They will probably stop working after a few uses.

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