I use this paper for fish chicken chips etc.. Its very good and I find nothing sticks to it.
As far as I'm concerned it's rubbish. My food sticks to the paper, and if only one side is non-stick, then it's not very obvious. I also buy the Baco Foil non stick which is brilliant.
Started burning in my oven on the first use! Started turning black and stunk the oven out! Not good at all
I prefer to use the stronger Baco Foil brand for a
I prefer to use the stronger Baco Foil brand for actual baking. However, I keep a roll of this in the kitchen as it's good for wrapping around cooked cakes (ready to store) etc.
doesn't do what it says on the tin
It isn't non-stick when compared to the Baco foil Non-stick baking paper. Oh dear.
works great if you know how to use it
Judging by the reviews, not everyone has realised that only one side of the paper is non-stick. Works perfectly for me every time, and it's simple to work out which side is non-stick - obviously the one that doesn't roll up when you place it on a fat surface!
Rubbish baking parchment. cakes always seems to stick whatever I bake. Not buying again.
Not good, keeps sticking to the bottom of my bakes
Hard to know which side is which. Stuck to the bottom of my bakes a few times and takes ages to peel off. Will try a different brand next time.
Great well priced and versatile baking paper!
Works great with all foods, use to bake cakes, pizza and day to day foods like chips etc to keep trays nice!
Only non-stick one side?
I suspect from the mixed reviews this parchment is only coated on one side although it doesn’t say so: I’ve made sourdough twice this week with an identical recipe: first time the parchment peeled off fine the second time it stuck like glue and I’ve had to waste the whole bottom crust :(. Now to work out which side is which... Perhaps Tesco could check and improve their labelling?