Hello again, dear neighbors ! If you have ever had to roll out gluten-free pie dough, you know how tricky it can get. It usually sticks to the rolling pin, at least in my experience. To get around this issue without using extra flour, most people place the dough between 2 pieces of parchment paper. I used to do it between a silicone mat and parchment paper but somehow always got wrinkles on the parchment side of the dough. Then one day I spotted some cheap drawer/cupboard plastic liner in a store and decided to use this along with the silicone mat. My dough, be it pie dough or pasta dough, sandwiched between the two, is much easier to roll out, with no more wrinkles!
Nothing better than photos to show you what I mean, so here we go:
From the small roll of plastic liner that I bought I was able to cut out several pieces that I use as patterns: circular ones to help me get the right size when I make smaller pies and rectangular ones for my homemade lasagna and pasta. I wash them with my silicone mat after using. This was one of those small purchases that I am very happy with!