From dutch ovens to sauce pans, skillets and more, enamel cookware is a necessity for amateur and professional chefs alike.
Thick, baked-on stains are the enemy of all of these cookware pieces. No matter how hard you scrub, it seems like some of them just won’t come off.
There is a way to get rid of those caked on stains, and it’s not as hard as you’d think. No need to scratch up your cookware, just put it back on the stove with about four cups of water.
Bring the water up to a boil, then add two tablespoons of baking soda, stirring well. After a few minutes, use a wooden spoon (no metal, please,) to lightly scrape the burned bits off the pan.
Depending on how big the pan is, you may want to add some additional water and baking soda to cover everything.
Rinse everything with hot water and boom! Everything should be gone. If it’s not, try putting baking soda on the spot, followed by a little vinegar. Scrub off with a sponge once it’s done bubbling.
It’s like magic, and your pans will be like new again in no time!
Do you have any cookware cleaning hacks?