If you use the oven a lot, you will have noticed that keeping the baking sheets clean is really difficult. Some spots don’t easily come off. So how do you do it? You have to use the right strategy and not despair.
The baking trays are an essential accessory for your appliance. You use them for cooking many dishes, but they often also serve as a shelf. Even when they are carefully covered with parchment paper, there can be burnt pieces of food, brown spots, encrustations, and a thin layer of grease that won’t come off. How then do you do it? Here are the tips for cleaning them.
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First, pour boiling water over the pan, let it soak. This will allow the grease to soften. At this point, you can scrub it with a slightly abrasive sponge and put it in the dishwasher for a high-temperature cleaning. Are the stains still there?
Mix half a cup of baking soda and half a cup of white vinegar with hot water in the sink. Then he soaks the pan for 40 minutes and rubs the most encrusted spots with a scratch-resistant abrasive sponge. The results should be excellent.
Remember that using burnt pans can affect the taste and quality of food, and because dishwashers can’t always remove this braised patina, it tends up accumulating around the edges. This is where the baking soda trick comes in handy.
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To keep your pans in good condition, you must remember some precautions:
- Always use parchment paper.
- Soak all baking sheets in hot, soapy water immediately after use.
- Don’t rub too hard with abrasives.
- Use paper towels to remove excess grease before and after cleaning
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