Anyone who cooks using frying pans has experienced a stocky situation in their pans one time or another. Depending upon what foods are being prepared and cooked foods unfortunately can stick to the bottom of the pan. When this happens clean=up can really be a chore.
Now you can go through a process called deglazing to remove the stuck-on food particles or try these simple techniques for a sparkling clean pan every time. These two tips using ingredients already in tour kitchen or pantry provide a natural and frugal way to clean and save the life of your frying pans.
Pour some white vinegar into the hard to clean frying pan. Set the pan back on the stove and heat it up. All the stick-on food will start to lift free from the pan bottom. After a few minutes remove the pan from the stove and wash with dish soap and hot water to reveal a clean and food free pan without all the scrubbing.
For a pan that really has stick-on food particles do the same process as above except add two tablespoons of baking soda right after removing the pan from the heat but before you attempt to wash it in the sink. The baking soda will fizz up adding the process by acting like a mild abrasive that won’t damage the frying pan and make cleaning it with soap and water much easier.
Naturally give your frying pans a good clean and extend the life by saving your pans for more wonderful dishes in the future!
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