greaseproof paper


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greaseproof paper

(ˈɡriːsˌpruːf)
n
(Cookery) any paper that is resistant to penetration by greases and oils
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Noun1.greaseproof paper - paper that is impermeable to oil or grease; used in cooking
paper - a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses
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greaseproof paper

[ˈgriːsˌpruːfˈpeɪpəʳ] n (Brit) → carta oleata
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This cake always tastes better a day later and lasts very well if wrapped in greaseproof paper and stored in a cake tin.
3 In a bowl, mix together the butter and the brown sugar to form a paste then spread on the bottom of the tin on the greaseproof paper.
Make a disc of greaseproof paper to fit into the base (this will help the pudding release from the basin).
Place a piece of greaseproof paper, and a plate on top of that, on the cake - the plate should fit exactly inside the tin - and press down firmly, then weight the plate.
Fold a large sheet of foil or greaseproof paper around the sides of a large salmon fillet (around 1kg) that's been scaled and pin-boned (your fishmonger can do this).
As Anhui Shanying Paper will take over the Swedish maker of kraft and greaseproof paper, Nordic Paper will pass into Chinese ownership.
Line a 7x7in pan with greaseproof paper, then pour in the mix.
Lay out a sheet of greaseproof paper on a tray and put the apples on it.
Place 120g of caster sugar on a baking tray lined with greaseproof paper and heat for five minutes.
Line a 24x35cm/Swiss roll tin with greaseproof paper and preheat the oven to 180C.
Pour the mixture into the buttered basins and cover with a circle of greaseproof paper and aluminium foil.
Line a baking tray with greaseproof paper or parchment (makes the flapjacks easy to get out once baked).