Retain your skillet’s seasoned surface and effectively remove rust and food residue by scrubbing with coarse salt or a nonmetal brush and hot water.
Right after cooking, run the skillet under hot water – don’t let it sit and soak in your sink and never put it in the dishwasher. Then, towel-dry to avoid encouraging rust.
Scrubbing with steel wool will strip the skillet and ruin a perfectly good piece of cookware. Instead, opt for a nonmetal brush or alternative cleaning method, like the one mentioned earlier.
Always dry the skillet thoroughly with a towel immediately after hand washing. Consider putting a thin layer of oil across the pan’s bottom and covering with a paper towel to protect against dust.
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This delicious 30-minute skillet is quick and easy to make.
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