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How To Clean Cast Iron Grill Pan With Stuck On Food- Cleaning Tips Tricks Hacks

how to clean cast iron grill pan with stuck on food best way to clean cast iron how to clean cast iron cookware hi it’s AlaskaGranny did you ever finish preparing
dinner in your cast iron pan and things were stuck on it we know you can’t soak your
cast iron but it isn’t that hard to clean turn your burner back on add few inches of water
into your pan and let it boil for few minutes it’s just starting to boil and
you can see how much stuck on food has already simply floated off take a spatula
bachelor just scrape any parts that are still stuck and let it continue to boil for a few minutes while everything simply lifts off once you’re satisfied things are clean turn off the burner and then let it cool for just a few minute and then
you’re gonna dump it out pour that all out check that my tap water is nice and hot I don’t want to warp my pan so I don’t want any cool water get in here the water is hot rinse out my pan take a dry paper towel and wipe away
the rest of the grit to put it back on a warm burner so it can dry over a low
heat you don’t want to get it hot you just
want to dry it then i keep Crisco on hand just for seasoning cast iron rub a little
crisco on a dry paper towel season your pan then you simply turn it off and let it
cool and it’s ready for next time cooking with cast iron is easy extra good for
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22 thoughts on “How To Clean Cast Iron Grill Pan With Stuck On Food- Cleaning Tips Tricks Hacks

  1. Hi I enjoy all your tips I gave you an idea awhile back that you said sounded good.but you never did it.on one of your tips you showed the difference between safety matches and strike anywhere matches I asked you if you could show yourself lighting strike anywhere matches off of lots of different objects because lots of people probably don't know this it would help out a lot of women of want to take kids out camping thank you

  2. simply brillians but I hate your domineering tone…. what the hell is crisco? I've never heard of an ingridient called crisco… not everyone is from a trailer lady you know….

  3. Hmmmmm I'm confused the Instraction I have how to take care of the Cast Iron is different than hers. It says no scrabbling at all only wipe with soft material like paper towel to clean the residue also it says wait until the Cast is cool at home temperature before start washing it. Not saying need to boil water in it.

  4. Thank you! Your cleaning technique for cast iron grill pan is the best. I did it exactly how you did it on here in the You Tube video except I use vegetable oil because I didn't have Crisco shortening. Crisco shortening, vegetable oil or olive oil is doable for preserving cast iron pan. I also used the Lodge scraper to wipe the lines out through the water in there.

  5. Hi,
    I found a cast iron grillpan in a secondhand store for 1.5€ earlier this week and I spent the whole week trying to get the inside clean to the bare metal… soaked it in lye solution, wich got the most off, and very nearly the skin of my hands too because I forgot to wear gloves) attacked it with drill powered wire brush and still black grime lurks into the crevasses…. when I'm finally happy with the result it'll have to be reseasoned and then it will look just like when I bought it….But that first steak is going to taste great. 🙂

  6. I heard that people should only use crisco or lard only when you intend to use the pan every other day, otherwise the crisco will go rancid. Otherwise, great video. Just wish i watched it before spending half an hour scrubbing my pan with salt.

  7. I just used my dutch oven today to cook some pork and it came out fine. I love my new cookware so much and just purchased some more cast iron cookware and accessories from Lodge's web site. I will have two new skillets along with my new dutch ovens I have. I hope you have a Blessed Wednesday.

  8. Good…keep water temp hot too…some also use chopsticks in the groove to get at any stubborn food that won't come off.

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