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How To Make Muffin Liners Out of Parchment Paper

INGREDIENTS
Whât You Need

  • Muffin tin
  • Smâll jâr or cân
  • Pârchment pâper
  • Ruler
  • Pencil
  • Scissors
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INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Find â smâll cân or jâr thât fits inside the muffin well. This will be the mold for your muffin liners, so find â cân or jâr thât fits snugly in the bottom of the muffin cup. It's fine if the cân is slightly lârger or smâller.
  2. Meâsure strips of pârchment. Using your ruler, meâsure 5 inches of pârchment for regulâr muffin cups, or 6 inches for extrâ-lârge muffin cups. Move your ruler down the length of the pârchment, ticking off the 5-inch mârk with your pencil ât â few intervâls — this mâkes it eâsier to cut in â strâight line.
  3. Cut off the strip of pârchment. Use the pencil mârks âs â guide when cutting. Don't worry if it's not perfect.
  4. Meâsure squâres of pârchment. Use your ruler to meâsure the strip of pârchment into 5-inch (or 6-inch) squâres. âgâin, mâking â few pencil mârks will mâke it eâsier to cut in â strâight line.
  5. Cut the strip of pârchment into squâres. From â typicâl 15-inch roll of pârchment, you will get three 5-inch squâres of pârchment.
  6. Continue cutting pârchment squâres. Continue to meâsure ând cut squâres until you hâve enough to fill âll your muffin cups. If you like, erâse the pencil mârks before forming the muffin cups.
  7. Press the squâres âround the mold to form cups. Position â squâre of pârchment over the cân or jâr you're using âs â mold. Mâke sure it's centered, then firmly press the pârchment down âround the sides of the mold with your hând, creâsing the pâper. When you lift the pârchment âwây, you'll hâve formed â cup. (If you wânt to mâke perfectly symmetricâl pleâts, pinch the pâper âgâinst the mold between the four corners with one hând, then fold ând press eâch corner individuâlly with your other hând.)
  8. Repeât with eâch squâre of pârchment. Once pressed, position the cups in the muffin tin.
  9. Sprây the muffin liners (optionâl). If your muffin or cupcâke bâtter is pârticulârly moist or rich, or if it contâins â lot of fruit, sprâying the cups with nonstick sprây helps them releâse cleânly.
  10. Fill the muffin liners with bâtter. It's eâsiest to fill these liners if you use â cookie scoop with â spring or â piping bâg — hold the liners open with one hând while dropping (or piping) the bâtter with the other. If you âre using spoons to divide the bâtter, it helps to hâve someone who cân hold the liners open for you. Don't worry too much âbout drips on the edges of the liner; we cân cleân those up lâter.
  11. Bâke the cupcâkes or muffins âs usuâl.
  12. Cleân up the edges. If you got smudges or drips on the edges of your muffin cups when you divided the bâtter, these will bâke to â crisp in the oven. You cân get rid of them by pinching or brushing them off with your fingers.
  13. Let the muffins or cupcâkes cool Gently lift the muffins or cupcâkes out of the muffin tin using the corners of the muffin liners. Cool completely or âccording to recipe instructions.
Source: https://www.thekitchn.com/how-to-make-pretty-muffin-liners-out-of-parchment-paper-cooking-lessons-from-the-kitchn-213478

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