Retain your skillet’s seasoned surface while effectively removing 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, dry with a towel 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 handwashing and drying.
Always dry the skillet thoroughly with a towel immediately after handwashing. Consider putting a thin layer of oil across the pan’s bottom and covering with a paper towel to protect against dust.
Hash browns baked with cream of chicken soup, sour cream and cheese is a popular potluck casserole. You can’t go wrong with this recipe!
Enjoy hash browns, scrambled eggs, sausage and cheese in every bite with this one-of-a-kind breakfast pizza. Utensils need not apply.
Layer upon layer of crispy fried hash browns, scrambled eggs, and cheddar cheese drizzled with savory sausage gravy. Nothing stacks up to a recipe like this.
Easy to make, easy to take. Loaded with all of breakfast’s greatest hits, these protein-rich morning treats will keep you powered with energy until lunchtime.