By greasing and flouring the pan you're creating 2 layers of non-stick protection. Those who cook with silicone baking liners or parchment paper, for example, do not need to grease their cookie sheets, because the food never comes into contact with a surface it can adhere to.
Check the recipe to determine if it is necessary to grease the cookie sheet.
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If you want, but it only takes a couple of minutes to grease pans the day you make bread.
And preparing them correctly is the first step toward a scrumptious ending. Once the pan is completely greased, add about one teaspoonful of flour to the pan. If the recipe calls for a greased pan, be sure to grease the foil just like you would the pan. You can also subscribe without commenting. If the recipe doesn't specify to grease and flour the pan then it may not need this step to release after baking.
Just cooked banana bread for an hour, took it out, after a couple of minutes shook the tin onto the rack and the cake is in pieces. Next, dust the pan with 1-2 tablespoons of flour or cocoa powder, tilting the pan to ensure that the flour coats every part of the pan where there's grease.
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If the recipe says to grease and flour the pan then you can rest assured the cake will not release easily from the pan. Close Share options.
It turns out MOST cookies turn out far more reliably when baked on parchment and without grease on the pan. Using grease before adding the paper will stop the paper from gathering and make it easier to add your mixture. Already answered Not a question Bad question Other. Should you grease? You may have noticed from photos I have posted in the past, we bake all of our cookies at Muddy's Bake Shop on parchment.