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Put Dirty Pans And Casserole Dishes Back In The Oven

When I take a baked dish out of the oven, I put the contents in another container, put cold water in the pan, and put it back in the hot (turned off) oven to soak. It is then very easy to scrub.

Aunt Sharon from Texas

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January 7, 20050 found this helpful

my pots and pan tricks are to first of all keep a dish pan of hot sudsy water, and wash them imediately if posible. if not then let them soak til i can get to them...if there is a problem with a serious sticky mess, then ill put the sudsy water into the pan and let it simmer on the stove top...thank you for your idea ill try that!

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February 3, 20060 found this helpful

My pots & pans are T-Fal so can't say I have much trouble cleaning them. I know this is probably a no - no but in our house we don't care....many times we are serving ourselves from the pots or pans! I don't always transfer to a serving dish....just seems like extra work and my family cares more about what they are eating than what it was served from!

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