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Removing stuck-on food

Adding ingredients to a cast iron skillet that is not properly preheated is a major cause for uneven, rough food residue to stick to the bottom. To easily remove stuck-on food, follow the steps below.

Cleaning steps:

1. Add enough water to cover the stuck-on food and entire base of the skillet. Add 1 tablespoon of baking soda and boil for a few minutes on medium heat.

2. Remove the food residue with a wooden spatula as it begins to loosen.

3. Drain and gently scrub the skillet with a sponge and mild dish soap.

Notes

  • If you're short on time, simply filling the skillet with enough water to cover the stuck-on food and leaving it to soak will help loosen the food.
  • Do not use abrasive cleaning agents and/or scrubbing pads (metal brushes, scouring pads, etc.) to clean the skillet, as these may damage the enamel coating.
  • Be sure to keep an eye on the skillet so the water does not boil over.
  • Avoid heating an empty skillet for an extended period of time.
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