Residual Cooking Smells After Frying Fish

When use of extractor fan or prolonged wide-opening of windows is not an option, just how does one effectively get rid of cooking smells after a big fry-up, particularly of fish?

YT in London

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Residual Cookiing Smells After Frying Fish

You could put a pot on the stove to simmer with a little lemon, cinnamon and water. we have done that for any types of odors. We also use a small fry pot (like a frydaddy)sometimes and put it on the back porch to cook fish

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Also here in the states is a product called OdorBan and you can mix it with water and let it simmer and it eliminates odor (02/23/2005)

By findabb

Residual Cookiing Smells After Frying Fish

A bowl of white vinegar on the stove after frying fish usually takes care of the odor that lingers in the air. (02/23/2005)

By grannyz

Residual Cookiing Smells After Frying Fish

Just take 1 Tbsp. white vinegar (or even cider vinegar) mix with 1/2 cup water and spritz the air, or set a few bowls of pure vinegar around and it will absorb all of the odor. Even the vinegar smell will go in a very short time. (02/23/2005)

By rhondak

Residual Cookiing Smells After Frying Fish

Simply heat (NOT boil) 1/2 cup white vinegar until the smell disappears. The vinegar smell quickly dissipates, too. (02/24/2005)

By Suzie

Residual Cooking Smells After Frying Fish

Use a Odor absorbing Splatter Screen, spray some lime or lemon oil on the splatter screen periodically or just rub fresh lemon or lime on the S.C. The SC absorbs cooking odors of smelly foods (odoriferous foods) and the heat emits clean citrus smell. The SC if made of activated carbon fabrics. For more technical and general information e-mail tedtomal1 AT aol.com (01/05/2009)

By Thaddeus A.

RE: Residual Cooking Smells After Frying Fish

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