Innovative products from cellulose fibre: Baking papers

​Botnia Nordic pulps from the sustainably managed and certified forests of northern Europe are also used for making high-quality parchment papers.

SOURCE: SAGACOOK.COM, PHOTO: SAGA / METSÄ TISSUE

RETAINING AROMA

Cooking in a sealed baking-paper bundle or package conserves the aromas and vitamins in food. You may also steam, boil or prepare these bundles in an oven, as baking paper withstands high temperatures, humidity and boiling. There is no need for a special steamer. Simply add a little water to an ordinary saucepan and drop the bundle in.

Aromatic cooking is a gentle method of preparing such dishes as fish and chicken. The subtle aromas of fresh herbs will also emerge and remain within the bundle as it steams. The sealed bundles then keep the food warm until the diners are ready for the wonderful experience of opening them to release the aromas on the plate.

A trendy product: The megatrends of urbanisation and rising living standards have made consumers increasingly interested in ecologically sustainable products that facilitate cooking.


Saga cooking paper

WRAP, COOK, BAKE, STEAM, SERVE, PIPE, ROLL OUT…

Botnia Nordic pulps from the sustainably managed and certified forests of northern Europe are also used for making high-quality parchment papers. Thanks to their cleanliness, virgin-fibre pulps are ideal for use in products that come into direct contact with food.

Recipe tip - Thai-style sweet and sour king prawns, and many other recipes at:
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Thai-style sweet and sour prawns on Saga cooking paper

SMALL WONDERS IN THE KITCHEN

Baking paper is a versatile aid in cooking that saves time, bother and washing dishes. It can be folded for cooking, frying, protecting dishes and worktops, and for decorative and individual presentations. A skilled baker can fold it into a piping bag, a stencil, an underlay for a cake or an aid to rolling dough. Only your imagination sets the limits!

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