Frypans typically have a nonstick surface that makes them very easy to clean, but sometimes the bottom of the pan becomes scratched, leading to food sticking and flavors getting trapped. The following are the steps of cleaning the frying pan’s bottom:
Follow the below-mentioned steps for the better and quick cleaning of the bottom of fry pans:
- Bring water to a boil. Add enough salt.
- Add baking soda and stir until it has dissolved completely.
- Let the concoction boil for a few minutes (do not let this solution become too concentrated, as it may ruin your pan).
- Pour the solution into an oven-safe pot and bring it to a boil.
- Add your pan to the boiling solution and rest it on the counter for about 10 minutes.
- Remove from stove and let sit on a flat surface for a few minutes.
- Rinse your pan with water and dry it thoroughly with a paper towel.
- To rinse, add a bit of water to the pan and use a paper towel to rinse.
- Let your pan dry out completely.
- Now that your pot is clean, you can’t guarantee it will stay that way. To best preserve the nonstick surface, remove any food that may still be stuck to the bottom using a paper towel and then wipe it down with a bit of oil (like vegetable oil) to help prevent sticking in the future.
Cleaning Burnt Grease From the Bottom of Your Frying Pan Set
- Pour a whole box of baking soda into the cookware
- Add water to the pan
- Let it sit for a few hours or overnight
- Scrub off the black residue with a plastic scouring pot
Using a white vinegar and water solution may help you remove the burnt-on debris from the bottom of your pans.
- Add a few cups of water to a bowl
- Add one tablespoon of vinegar to the bowl
- Fill your pan from the top with this mixture and heat over medium heat on the stove
- Put a lid on and let simmer for 30-40 minutes (you must avoid letting this mixture boil).
- Let the pan cool and rinse it out
Salt and Vinegar
- Pour a bit of water and 1/2 cup of White Vinegar in a saucepan
- Add 1 tsp of salt to the mixture and stir over medium-high heat
- Once the salt and vinegar dissolve, remove from heat and let cool.
- Rinse the frying pan with hot water and wipe it dry with a paper towel
Using Oven Cleaner to Clean Burnt Grease From Fry Pan set
- Preheat your oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Put a few drops of cooking oil in the bottom of your pan
- Place the metal wok on top of the pan with water inside
- Bake for 30-40 minutes, or until the surface has started to blacken
- Remove from oven and let sit on a flat surface overnight
- Scrub the following day
- Mix 1 part ketchup with 1 part white vinegar in a bowl
- Pour the mixture into your pan and heat over medium heat on the stove
- Let simmer for 30-40 minutes (you must avoid letting this mixture boil).
- Let the pan cool, then rinse it out with hot water
- Rinse and dry the pan and let it air-dry completely
Unsoiling the Bottom of Stainless Steel Frying Pans With Bar Keepers Friend
- Pour a small amount of Bar Keepers Friend into the pan
- Heat it over medium-high heat on the stove for 30-40 minutes
- Wipeout all of the greasy residues with a paper towel
- Turn on your stove and let the burning grease burn off for about 10 minutes to get all the burnt oil on the bottom of your pan.
- Squeeze some lemon juice into the pan
- Swish it around for a few minutes with a plastic scouring pad
- Scrub the bottom of your pan with a plastic scouring pad
Polishing Burnt Grease From Bottom of Frying Pans With Baby Shampoo
- Turn on your stove and let the burning grease burn off for about 10 minutes to get all the burnt oil on the bottom of your pan
- Grab yourself some baby shampoo or dish soap (like Dawn).
- Add the baby shampoo to the pan
Scrub the bottom of your pan with a plastic scouring pad.
- Turn on your stove and let the burning grease burn off for about 10 minutes to get all the burnt grease on the bottom of your pan
- Add some hot water to your coffee grounds
- Add some hot water to your coffee grounds
- Once the grease has burned off, grab a soup spoon and scrape the burnt oil from the bottom of your pan.
Easily Cleanable Cookware Sets
The best cookware sets, based on this criterion, are those that have a non-stick surface. Since the surface has been coated with PTFE (PolyTetrafluoroEthylene), cleaning is easy, as food doesn’t stick to the bottom of the pan, and you don’t need to scrub it very hard.
Before buying a new cookware set for your house, you can take a look at these five non-stick cookware sets:
- Anolon Advanced 16-pc. Cookware set
- Cuisinart Elite Pro-Series 10-piece cookware set
- Oster Versailles 8-Piece Ceramic Nonstick Cookware Set- Black
- Tramontina 5 Piece Nonstick Cookware Cookware Set – Wagner Talon
- Tops’ Talon Nonstick 18 inch Round Griddle/Smoker/Tabletop Grill Pan
Hardly Cleanable Cookware Sets
The five pieces of cookware sets that are the most difficult to clean, based on this criterion, are those that have a non-stick surface that is not as durable as those of other cookware sets. To clean the burnt substance from the bottom of those pans, you’re going to have to scrub them with a metal scouring pad. Those metals are the following:
- T-Fal C798SC Ultimate Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware Set (Silver)
- Calphalon Classic 8-Piece Nonstick Cookware Set (Carbon Steel)
- Circulon Symmetry 12-Piece Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware set
- Farberware Millennium 10-Piece Hard-Anodized Aluminum Nonstick Cookware Set
- T-fal E765SC Ultimate Hard-Anodized Nonstick Cookware Set (Silver)
After reading this article, you can determine whether or not the cookware set you want to buy will require a lot of cleaning, which shouldn’t be a problem at all. Or you can make an informed decision based on the cookware set that has the easiest cleaning job.