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3 Important Tips (Nonstick Skillet)

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1. Wash your ruined pans with equal parts baking soda and water to gently scrub off any lingering residue. For extra scrubbing make sure to use a non-metallic brush or sponge. When you’ve finished scrubbing all sides of the pan, dry it thoroughly and store carefully.

2. Repair some of the damage that has been done by pouring several drops of vegetable oil into a freshly washed pan and rubbing it in. Wipe any excess off with a paper towel.

3. Start by pre-seasoning your Nonstick Skillet. This means rubbing some cooking fat into a cold pan before heating it up. It does not mean sloshing some oil around when the pan is already hot. That is a big no-no.
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Great tips
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New post 02 Feb 2018, 08:13
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1. Wash your ruined pans with equal parts baking soda and water to gently scrub off any lingering residue. For extra scrubbing make sure to use a non-metallic brush or sponge. When you’ve finished scrubbing all sides of the pan, dry it thoroughly and store carefully.

2. Repair some of the damage that has been done by pouring several drops of vegetable oil into a freshly washed pan and rubbing it in. Wipe any excess off with a paper towel.

3. Start by pre-seasoning your Nonstick Skillet. This means rubbing some cooking fat into a cold pan before heating it up. It does not mean sloshing some oil around when the pan is already hot. That is a big no-no.


This is a good off the topic post.
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