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Greg Irvine January 13, at pm. A quick spurt of PAM or another cooking spray is the first thing a lot of us put in our frying pans before we start in on our recipe du jour. It's second nature. But using cooking sprays can actually make your nonstick pans stickier. What gives? It's not the oil itself that's the problem. Cooking sprays are usually made with oil , but it's the other ingredients, like lecithin an emulsifier , dimethyl silicone an anti-foaming agent , and propane or butane propellants that are what makes the oil spray from the can that can start to ruin your nonstick frying pans.
These ingredients build up over time, and when the lecithin is heated it can actually end up getting cooked into your pan, leaving a sticky residue that can make the surface of your pan tacky and, well, not nonstick. Instead of using an aerosol cooking spray, try looking for a manual squirt bottle instead. That way you can use a thin layer of oil on your nonstick pans without having to worry about those sticky byproducts building up.
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If you don't feel like buying any special equipment, you can also just dip a paper towel in some oil and use that to coat your pan before you start cooking. Most cast iron pans you buy these days are pre seasoned and ready to cook with, and nonstick frying pans can be used without any special treatment, too. But with both cast iron and nonstick frying pans, it's important to reseason the cooking surface to keep it just like it was when you bought it.
On cast iron, the seasoning is really a layer of fat that has polymerized, or fused with the surface of the pan, to create a plastic-like surface that's nonstick. When the surface begins to erode, it can be harder and harder to get things off of your pan. To reseason cast iron, scrub it with a mild soap solution to remove any food particles and residue, and use steel wool to remove any rust spots. Dry the pan thoroughly, then coat it with a thin layer of oil, both inside and out. Bake in a degree oven for about an hour, then let it cool in the oven, or repeat a few times to build up the polymerized coating.
You need to season your nonstick pans too, and luckily it's easy.
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Coat the inside of your nonstick frying pan with a thin layer of oil, then bake at degrees for an hour. Wipe off the excess oil once your pan is cool, and repeat the process once every six months or so, or when you notice your pan is starting to stick. If you have limited space in your home or have an apartment where you're not allowed to install pot and pan racks, chances are you usually stack your frying pans when they're being stored.
It makes sense from a space saver perspective, but doing so can actually decrease the life of your cookware. This is especially true with cast iron and nonstick frying pans. Stacking cast iron can scrape or chip the surface of your pans, especially because the material is so heavy. Nonstick pans can get scratched up when they're stacked, too, which can start to deteriorate the nonstick coating on the surface of the pan, leaving you with a skillet that your scrambled eggs stick to like glue, something no one wants.
Ideally, you'd hang your frying pans to store them , or set them in a cupboard in a single layer, but if you don't have the space if you do, we're moving in , there's a way to make stacking your pans a little safer. Before you stack a pan inside of another, put a double layer of paper towels, a piece of cardboard, or a potholder in the base pan. The second pan will nestle on top of the paper towel or pot holder, and the protective layer that will keep the surface from getting scratched.
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It will also help absorb any lingering moisture or oils that could degrade your pans or cause them to rust over time. When one of your favorite frying pans gets a gnarly spot of burned-on food, it's tempting to go after it with everything from steel wool to Comet, whipping out a butter knife for maximum scrapage if need be. Thankfully, it turns out that this amount of elbow grease often isn't necessary, a good thing considering the fact that such harsh measures can end up damaging your pans.
To remove stuck on food from pans other than nonstick, keep your frying pan on the stove.
After you've removed your cooked food from the pan turn the heat up to high, and when the frying pan gets really hot add some warm water. You're basically de-glazing your pan, but this time for cleanliness' sake instead of flavor. When the water goes into the pan it should start to bubble, and that's when you should go to town with a wooden spatula, scraping up all of the blackened bits which should now be softened.
Wash your pan as usual after you've scraped it, and it should be free of any grime. Nonstick pans that are still functioning well shouldn't really get any food stuck on them, but if they do, hot soapy water and a nonstick-safe scrubbing pad are the way to go. Unavailable: Smoke detector Smoke detector.
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