Can anyone tell me how to clean built up and burned on food from an iron skillet?
By Sandi from St Louis, MO
I have cleaned my burnt on foods from my iron skillet by filling the skillet with water to cover the burnt food, adding several tablespoons baking soda and put on simmer until water is near boiling. Turn off heat, let sit till water cools. I then take my spatula and loosen burnt food. After removing water and burnt food, I wash in hot soapy water and re-season my skillet in the broiler of my stove.
If you have a self cleaning oven, leave 1 rack in it and put the iron skillets upside down. Start self cleaning mode.
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How do you clean iron skillets that have not been used in about 3 years and have been sitting in a closet?
I have cast iron skillets from my mother and mother-in-law. I love them! They are family treasures. If your cast iron has been sitting for a long time and not being used, treat it like you would a new one. Completely season it again. To season it: 1) Wash with warm soapy water....do not use any abrasive cleanser or cloth, then rinse really well.
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