Parchminum PAKS

By Cookina

$9.95 More on the way


Created with Parchminum technology, this reusable cooking bag provides high non-stick performance, thin sheets for better heat transfer, and is easy to clean. Parchminum PAKS can be used in ovens, microwaves and more.

  • Materials: Composite fluoro polymer plastic compounds coated
  • Care: Wash with water before first use. After first use, hand wash only
  • Reusable, non-stick, and safe for use with metal utensils
  • Keeps your electric and gas oven, microwave, and panini grill clean
  • Great for steaming
  • Safe up to 550 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Do not place in direct contact with flames, burners, or heating elements
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 8" x 1.6" x 3.2"
  • Weight: 0.25 lb.
Cookina - Nonstick grill and oven mat

About Cookina

Perfect Cooking Companion

Frequent grillers know all about the inconveniences of backyard barbecuing. Food sticks to the grill, small pieces fall through the gaps, and marinades get lost to the flames. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

Cookina is a griller’s new best friend, introduced to the U.S. by Alain Richard of the Poirier Richard company in Quebec. It’s a flexible fabric mat with a nonstick surface that can withstand heat up to 500 degrees. The reusable mat works as an alternative to aluminum foil or parchment paper. Food doesn’t stick to it, so you can use less oil in your cooking. It keeps vegetables and flaky fish from falling through the grates of the grill, and sauces and marinades stay with your food (vegetables, meats, fish, pizza, kabobs, eggs, you name it) instead of dripping into the grill. Cookina does all this without sacrificing an important barbecue aesthetic: grill marks. It’s thin enough that you can still obtain the perfect grill marks on your foods.

The multifunction Cookina is equally impressive in the kitchen, as a baking sheet or as a liner for ovens and microwaves. After each use, cleanup is simple. Just wipe the double-sided mat clean with warm, soapy water, and it won’t hold onto any food odors. Where has this been all our lives?