How to Clean Burnt Food in a Paderno Frying Pan

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Paderno frying pans come in a variety of types, from nonstick frying pans to carbon steel and cast-iron frying pans that can move from the stovetop to the oven. Leaving food in a Paderno frying pan is a sure-fire way to have a stuck-on food problem later. Cleaning the dirty pan before it rusts keeps your Paderno cookery looking good and working well.

Things You'll Need

  • Mild dish soap
  • Nonabrasive scrubber
  • Towel
  • Fill the sink with hot water and add 3 tbsp. of mild dish soap.

  • Place the Paderno frying pan into the water and allow it to soak for 10 to 15 minutes.

  • Scrub off the stuck-on food with a nonabrasive scrubber. If the food is still stuck, allow the pan to soak for 10 more minutes before scrubbing it again.

  • Rinse the Paderno frying pan in warm water.

  • Dry the pan with a towel.

References

  • "Consumer Reports How to Clean and Care for Practically Anything"; Editors of Consumer Reports; 2002
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