How to get scorched milk out of pan
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We've all done it — the recipe says to mix constantly at a boil, but you take a chance and step away. Inevitably, the food burns. And the pan is a mess. Ugh, why did you do that?
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Burnt Milk in a Stainless Steel Pot
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If the burned milk is proving to be extra stubborn, allow the saucepan to soak in soap and and warm water overnight not on the stove top. A nice mug of warm milk is a relaxing way to wind down in the evening, but the relaxation factor quickly vanishes if you accidentally burn the milk and your saucepan. Scorched milk is one of the most difficult burn stains to remove, and on top of that, it leaves behind a most unpleasant aroma. Difficult, yes, but not impossible. With a few common household items and a little patience, your saucepan can look and smell as good as new.
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How To Clean A Burned Pot
Ask a Question Here are the questions asked by community members. Read on to see the answers provided by the ThriftyFun community or ask a new question. I would like to know if anyone happens to know how to get burnt milk from the bottom of a stainless steel pot?
I do it about every third time I make homemade yogurt. I get impatient, turn the stove burner up too high, and burn a nice layer of black milk on the bottom of the pot. Just put a bit of water and baking soda in the pot, place it back on the stove and boil it. The burnt milk lifts off in specs, or you can hasten the process by scrubbing a bit with a wooden spoon. When the pot cools, you can wash the pot with soap and water as usual.