Silicone paper is a baking paper with a silicone coating on one or both sides which makes it non-stick, impermeable, and resistant to high temperatures of up to 220 °C in a domestic or industrial oven. Its main characteristic is that its non-stick properties prevent food from sticking to its surface.
Non-stick: Silicone paper is known for its ability to prevent food from sticking to its surface. This makes it useful for baking biscuits, cakes, bread, and other baked goods without food burning or sticking, making it easy to clean and preventing parts of the food from being lost when it is removed from the tray.
Resistance to humidity and fats: Thanks to its composition, it allows preparations to be prepared without the need to add oil or fat so that the food does not stick thanks to its composition. This makes it an ideal material for foods that release liquids during cooking, such as meat or vegetables. The silicone in the paper prevents liquids from penetrating the paper and making it sticky.
Heat resistance: Baking paper can withstand high temperatures without burning, warping, or releasing toxic substances. It is safe to use in the oven at temperatures up to 220 °C.
Reusable: The silicone paper is reusable. After use, it can be cleaned and reused several times.
Suitable for food contact: Can also be used for wrapping food before freezing. The non-stick coating facilitates the separation of frozen food.
Biodegradable, Recyclable and Compostable.
Cooking: It is frequently used in the culinary preparation of foods that can be cooked in the oven or in an air fryer, such as biscuits, papillots, pizzas, etc.. Commonly used in the bakery and pastry sector, among others. It is much more versatile than other papers commonly used in the kitchen such as aluminium foil or common baking paper. It also helps to maintain cleanliness in the kitchen.
Horeca and Food to go: For wrapping and freezing food. Thanks to its versatility, it facilitates proper handling, thus complying with food safety standards.
Decoration and handicrafts: In addition to cooking, silicone paper is also used in handicrafts and decoration. It can be used as release paper for resin work, for example.
Textile and graphic arts: It is used to print on fabrics using techniques such as sublimation, transfer, or screen printing.
Presentation and formats
They can be found on the market in different standardised formats in reams or in customisable reels in terms of size, quantity and printing.
Reams are ideal for individual use or small quantities, while reels are more suitable for businesses that require a larger quantity of paper or personalisation. Both formats of siliconised paper are valuable in the kitchen and trade.
Available in two standard formats.
Silicone baking paper 40×60
Silicone baking paper 80×100