We are all faced with pots and pans covered with burnt residue that won’t come off.
An expert has revealed a trick to easily clean your filthy Dutch oven so it looks like new — and it’s a game changer.
Post to a verified TikTok account @TestKitchen, a woman showing off her pot for the first time completely covered with a black patch – apparently the result of a burnt dish.
Luckily, she knows how to handle it all.
“Pour some tap water halfway into the pot and place the pan on the stove without a lid.”
She boils the water and lets it foam for two to three minutes before turning off the heat.
“Then scrape that residue off. Scrape it with a spatula or wooden spoon. “
Then she poured the water completely and set the empty pot aside for a few minutes.
“That residue will start to flake off as the pan dries.”
After that, mother rinsed the pot with hot water and dishwashing liquid.
The woman then pats dry with a towel to reveal the shiny surface.
Viewers are grateful for this trick:
“I actually just dealt with this the other day. I had to scrape it with a metal thing. I wish I had seen your videos”, one user commented.
“It also works for a cast iron,” adds a second.
Other users have shared different tips that are effective for the following types of burns:
“Or pour in the baking soda and close the lid. Let it sit and wash it off,” one claimed.
Another said: “Boiling vinegar and baking soda works well for severe burns.
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