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    #1

    baking sheet or tray

    Good morning,
    Ive got such a question. Does the baking sheet mean the same as the baking tray? Or is there any difference betweent these two dishes? Thanks,
    Marketa.


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    Re: baking sheet or tray

    The baking sheet is a piece of greaseproof paper with which a baking tin is lined, or covers the bottom of a baking tray, so that food does not stick whilst cooking. The greaseproof paper is itself also usually smeared with butter to prevent it sticking to the food.

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