Cleaning a Turkey Pan Easily

With Thanksgiving and Christmas around the corner (It really will come fast!). I want to share a tip for cleaning the turkey pan.


I don't use aluminum unless I have to; and I do have a stainless steel pan. Either one will benefit from this tip. After the turkey, etc. are removed from the pan, put hot water and about 1 cup baking soda and a small amount of dish detergent in the pan and fill it to the top. Let it soak while you are eating and it will be a breeze to clean. I have done this for years and it has always worked. (I have been married 42 years)

By Sshep

November 19, 20060 found this helpful


Great idea !!! I have been doing this for Many years also. I have been married 40 years. After putting the hot water/dish soap in, when we are clearing the table, we put all the used silverware in the pan to soak for a few minutes before washing...

Happy Holidays

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November 21, 20060 found this helpful

I have also always done this and find it helpful for pots and pans every day. I have made it a habit to start soaking them before I sit down to eat. Only take a minute to do it and saves you a lot of work.

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