How to Remove Grease Stains from Pots and Pans

August 2, 2013 | By | Comments (4)

Stack of pots and pans

To keep your cookware in tip-top shape, David Burke, chef/owner of David Burke Townhouse, in New York City, recommends “baking” stainless pans at 400° F for two to three hours (be sure the handle is oven-safe). Carefully remove the (very hot!) pan with a pot holder, rest it on the stovetop, and flake off the grease with a spatula.

More tips for cleaning cookware.

COMMENTS

  1. boomdava

    Reblogged this on boomdava and commented:
    What a perfect idea! Now if only I could put tub in the oven and it would come out clean :) I hate scrubbing the tub!

    August 3, 2013 at 9:07 pm
  2. robin dinnersinenglish.es

    Very smart …

    August 7, 2013 at 5:44 am
  3. culinaryconnect

    From Culinary Connection: Been doing this for years. Also, after using those oh so expensive stainless steel all-clads and the like, and getting icky stuff like scrambled eggs stuck in them, simply adding water to the pan/pot and bringing to a boil on the stove will make getting all the stuff off much easier. Yes, wash it hot! Be careful.

    August 8, 2013 at 5:04 pm
  4. Lorrie Hundal

    Mix 1 cup vinegar to 4 cups water add a tsp of dish soap into a spray bottle & shake to mix. Not only does it make cleaning any dishes or pots & pans that you that may need some extra help your pan from dinner is much easier to clean. You can Use this on your greasy stovetop, counter & spray my kitchen sink, it’s my go to product. I even use it to clean my windows along with a squeegee & no streaks,

    August 29, 2013 at 2:51 pm

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