Do your cutting plates look like mine?
Here’s a fix if you don’t want to go buying another set just now. You can get them here but you might like to get a bit more life out of them before you replace them with a new set. Here’s how I ‘refresh’ mine.
1: Turn on your oven to 160 c (if you are running on ‘F’, then 325) – I’ve not tried these on gas so don’t know the conversion (or if it works with a gas oven)
2: Grab your plates and wrap each one individually with some tin foil.
3: I put each pad on a separate baking sheet and then get something heavy, in my case a pyrex dish and pop this on top of your wrapped plate.
4: Set your timer to 20 minutes, check after this time, you might find they want another 5 – 10 minutes. Note that if you cook them too long you can ruin them so don’t go wandering off and wash your hair or something. I would also say, don’t put them on the bottom rack, go for the middle, so you may find you do them separately. I treat mine afterwards to a clean with just some washing up liquid and a brush (old toothbrush is great), and then let them air dry.
5: To help stop them warping in the first place, alternate which side you use to do your cutting!
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