And then I have a square that I just sit on top of the tube. Any master bakers out there thanks in advance! donnie, actually you are looking at the Nigella thing aren't you? Don't rely on just me though! Then yep brown packing paper IS what she suggests, basically it is simply to create a higher surround around the tin. DD kept turning the electronic scales off while I was weighing the fruit and then helping herself. It has to do with the chemicals used to make those non-food grade paper products. I have done this but wondered a bit if it would be OK. don't think newspaper will taste any better than one of my fruit cakes........ Ok Donnie, see I told you not to listen to me! I used a large brown envelope I had lyign around, cut in half along the length and folded over, tied with string it was just right. The parchment paper and brown paper linings provide some insulation against the heat of the oven, which means that the cake bakes more evenly. Right well I think it does actually mean parcel paper - thats what I use. I don't like fruit cake either lucycat! as long as you don't use brown packing paper I'm pretty sure they are the same thing! Talk widget showing discussions of the day & trending threads, Subscribe to Mumsnet emails direct to your inbox. lol at a vision of me trying to wedge post office brown parcel paper in to my cake tin! This is page 1 of 1 (This thread has 17 messages.). Thank you {% member.data['first-name'] %}.Your comment has been submitted. Then I got DS to pour the brandy on and you should have seen her screwed up little face when she popped the next raisin in. To comment on this thread you need to create a Mumsnet account. The lining the tin is to prevent the cake sticking to the tin. Then the week later when we actually mixed the cake she had a right paddy when I put it in the oven - seemed to think I was going to let her stand on a chair and eat an entire raw Christmas cake. The parchment paper and brown paper linings provide some insulation against the heat of the oven, which means that the cake bakes more evenly. You also need to line the tin with baking parchment or (better) everlasting lining paper cut to size, what a wonderful thing that is! And she is well known for making a good fruitcake. The lining the tin is to prevent the cake sticking to the tin. Its because the cake cooks so slowly you have to make sure that the surfaces don't scorch. Silicon mats can be safely used in an oven at very high temperatures. As mentioned above, a lot of paper products aren't food grade material. yes brown paper is what Delia and Nigella mean. It seemed to work. Brown Paper Breads ... because i saw many people i knew cast bread aside because of health reasons. Repeat the same steps with a single layer of brown … My concern was that Nigella recommends wrapping cake in foil to store. To use this feature subscribe to Mumsnet Premium - get first access to new features see fewer ads, and support Mumsnet. The brown paper is to prevent the cake edges scorching. i had a starter and a little background in baking and i went to work researching how culturing the bread (sourdough) is the best way to eat bread. Instead of greaseproof paper I keep my butter wrappers and use those! What’s the paper for? I have done it with brown paper, but I usually use greaseproof as it is cheaper, or babking parchemnet that you can then reuse (don't waste it it is too expensive and it isn't even touching the cake) It is a good idea to have some of the parchment paper lining protruding above the top of the tin, as this helps to reduce the risk of the top of the cake becoming too dark. Actually I have a piece that is staple together that I just slip over every year. It is a good idea to have some of the parchment paper lining protruding above the top of the tin, as this helps to reduce the risk of the top of … I am getting very confused as my xmas cake recipe calls for brown paper and greaseproof paper but I can only find greaseproof and baking parchment in the supermarket . it is the nigella recipe crunchie - but when I made the delia cake last year I thibk that required lots of fiddling about with papers - what a hassle! perhaps I should just buy one.....! Asked by Babbs1000. And I put the cake mix in the tin before I put the brown paper on. Buy Parchment Paper Baking Sheets - 200 Pack Precut Unbleached Half Sheet Pans Non-Stick Baking Sheet Paper Brown 12 x 16 in Answered on 3rd December 2018. I would imagine you use baking parchment or greaseproof to cook it and brown paper to wrap it to store? In fact do what Bozza says, she knows... Fold the paper bag closed, and staple it with a stapler so it stays closed. Lay a square/round cake tin on top of a double piece of nonstick baking parchment and using the cake tin as a guide draw around it. Copyright © 2020 Nigella Lawson. Free 2-day shipping on qualified orders over $35. Not just Christmas cakes but 3 tier wedding cakes for two of her daughters plus 3 christening cakes for her grandchildren, plus various ruby/golden/diamond wedding cakes for her parents/in-laws. Silicon Mats. They are in fact, … I seem to remember wrapping Delia's a few years ago in greasproof and then foil. Repeat the same steps with a single layer of brown paper. why do we put ourselved through the trauma of these complicated recipes!!!! Put the turkey inside the brown paper bag. Well its my Mum really Crunchie. Cut out the circles/squares. Any ideas? So I use a round tin (loose bottomed) and double line with the bottom and sides with greaseproof paper which I also grease with butter. The brown paper is to prevent the cake edges scorching. auntymandy seems to know the answer to this sort of thing! Your questions about the Green Homes Grant have been answered by the experts from the BEIS and EST, Share your stories about your children’s favourite toys with Munchkin Nursery Steriliser - £100 voucher to be won. Butter the inside of the brown paper bag with the remaining 2 tbsp of butter. I lined the tin with Ikea brown wrapping paper (was all I had) and lined that with baking parchment. Built by Embark. BTW it is SUCH a pain inthe neck trying to do this, I tend to fold BP in half widthways, so the curve is taken out of it, I then slot one peice inside the other, so it kinda holds together IYKWIM Once you have done it once, it gets easier, or get DH to hold the paper while you start pouring in the cake, the cake mixture holds it in place anyway. Hiware 200-Piece Parchment Paper Baking Sheets 12 x 16 Inch, Precut Non-Stick Parchment Sheets … They always come out fine. 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