My sister doesn't have any parchment paper around and wants to make biscotti. I have only made biscotti once and it didn't actually turn out that well and it was years ago. Every recipe she found says to line the baking sheet with parchment paper. Normally (for nearly anything else) I'd tell her just to use cooking spray and see how that worked. But, I don't know if that would make the biscotti "greasy"? I love eating store bought biscotti and I know that it is dry and crisp. Does anyone have any ideas? She has freezer paper--would that melt in the oven? Thanks!!
asked 22 Feb '10, 18:09
OK, I would say that parchment paper is the best there is to stop the biscotti sticking to the tray, but if your sister doesn't have any, and doesn't want to go out and buy some, there are some alternatives:
Hope one of those helps!
answered 22 Feb '10, 20:41