Cleaning Burnt Oil From Stainless Steel Pans

A stubborn substance that can adhere to your pan is cooking oil. This guide is about cleaning burnt oil from stainless steel pans.

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I forgot to remove my pan from the burner after frying taco shells, causing the oil to burn onto the pan.

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Approximate Time: 10 minutes

Supplies:

  • 1 Tbsp Dawn dish soap
  • water

Steps:

  1. Add Dawn dish soap to the pan. Fill the pan about halfway with water.
  2. add soap
  3. Put the pan on the stove and boil for about 5 minutes. Be sure to set a timer.
  4. boil soapy water
  5. Using a metal spatula, carefully scrap away as much of the oil as possible. NOTE: Do not use a metal spatula on a non-stick pan.
  6. scrap off oil
  7. Empty the soap water into the sink. Then scrub with a sponge to remove any remaining oil.
  8. use sponge on oilclena pan
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If you are having a hard time getting burnt oil off a frying pan, try this simple tip. This method will get your pan looking like new in no time!

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