Surprise! You once again have burnt grease on the bottom of your frying pan.
It happens all the time and can seem like such a struggle to get it all off.
It would be nice if we could avoid burnt grease altogether, but let’s be honest that is neither practical nor realistic.
Burnt grease happens, so the next best thing is knowing the tips and tricks to clean it up without it being your arm workout for the day.
Whether you have ceramic, cast iron or stainless steel, I’ve created a guide for cleaning that
Cleaning grease from your pan isn’t a one-size fits all problem and solution. You’ll take a different approach depending on which type of pan you use. Here are some of the top types and ways to clean the grease right off!
We’ve gone through how to clean grease off the most commonly used pans, but I also wanted to tell you about a few tools that could come in handy in the cleaning process and really just great ones to have on hand. Some of these I’ve already linked, but I also wanted to tell you about the ones I specifically recommend.
Let’s chat about some of the biggest culprits when it comes to stains and hard-to-get-off foods from your pots and pans. Granted your approach may be slightly different depending on the type of cookware you use, but hopefully these tips and tricks can help in your cleaning process.
If you do any type of baking, no doubt you’ve come across burnt food on your baking trays. I find they are one of the most cumbersome items to clean due to their size, and if they aren’t very deep water spills happens quickly and easily. I’ve collected a few ways to help make cleaning your baking trays easier and also some ways to prevent hard to clean spills. With each of these methods the first step will always be to wipe up any excess food with a paper towel.
Cleaning burnt on grease and food from pans or baking trays can be a real drag, but there are many easy solutions to making the process easier and removing the guesswork.
Most of the time baking soda and vinegar will do the trick, but there are also more high-powered solutions out there as well. Let me know if you use any of these tips or tricks or any I may have missed!
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