Prep 5 mins
Cook 10 mins
Have you ever got something baked hard on your Nonstick cookware? Here is a way to possibly get it off that pan without scratching the surface!
- Boil this mixture in the affected cookware for 10 minutes.
- Re-season the cookware with salad oil.
Works reasonably well although I have one pot that may have been too much for it. But even with this pot it certainly came up better post treatment than it was before.
What a wonderful recipe! I used this on my non-stick wok(that looked gross, but wouldn't come clean) and now it looks brand new! I can't believe how easy this was and how great it worked. Thanks for a great recipe, Tish, I will definitely be using this one again!
This works like a charm!!! I used this on one of the utensils, i.e., a grater, belonging to my AMC Cookware. That grater is also a kind of stand on which I keep my baking tin and bake all my cakes in the AMC Dutch Oven. This grater is made of the finest grade of stainless steel(surgical steel). No matter how much I clean it with regular dish washing liquid(Lux liquid), it doesn't get that sparkling shine I always desire every pot and pan in my kitchen to have. However, after using this treatment today afternoon on this grater-cum-stand, it is not just the cleanest, but the BRIGHTEST object in my kitchen! This is a wonderful recipe every household must have! Thank you so much for sharing!