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    papillote mould - Moulds

    A foil pan is a kitchen utensil used to cook food in a healthy and tasty way by enclosing them in paper, aluminum or silicone packaging. The papillote cooking method consists of cooking food inside this sealed package to trap steam, flavors and aromas, creating a steaming environment. Some characteristics of a typical foil mould include:

    Material: Foil molds are available in various materials including parchment paper, aluminum foil, food grade silicone or even banana leaf in some traditional kitchens.

    Shape: Foil molds are usually flat and rectangular, but they can also have different shapes to suit specific cooking needs,

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    ... such as round foil molds for fish.

    Non-stick: Some foil molds are non-stick, which makes it easier to remove food from the pan once cooked.

    Lid: Some foil moulds have a lid or flap to seal the packaging during cooking.

    Various size: The foil molds are available in different sizes to suit the amount of food you want to cook.

    Reusable or disposable: Silicone foil molds are generally reusable, while parchment paper or aluminum molds are often disposable.

    Using a foil pan is a healthy cooking method because it allows food to be cooked without excessive fat addition. Food cooked in foil is often accompanied by herbs, spices, vegetables and other aromatic ingredients that infuse their flavor into food during cooking. This method is commonly used to cook fish, poultry, vegetables, seafood and even desserts.

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