Baking mat

Baking mat

There are different kinds of baking mats. A typical baking mat has a smooth surface with or without raised sides to retain liquids or juices; a baking mat with raised relief collects fat; a perforated baking mat lets air circulate to make puff pastry and Vienna pastries crisp; and patterned relief baking mats lets you make decorative cakes. There are also baking mats with marks and raised edges for making macarons and other pastries with clean edges.

A baking mat lets you bake pastries, such as coconut macarons, puffs, chocolate éclairs, sponges for rolling into yule logs and jelly (Swiss) rolls, and even baked apples.
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