HOW TO CLEAN BAKING PANS
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From roasted vegetables to chocolate chip cookies to crispy homemade pizza, baking pans are the "old reliable" of countless tasty meals. But since they're so versatile, they're subject to a wide variety of stains and charred-on cookie crumbs, crispy sheets of melted cheese, and more.
Baking pan stains can seem impossible to get out, no matter how hard you scrub. Left untreated, that brown, burnt-on greasy residue on your cookie sheets, muffin pans, cake pans or other bakeware can end up affecting the flavor of your culinary creations.
Stuck on food and stains on your sheet pans and bakeware can be persistent, and a standard cleaning with dish soap and water usually won't do the trick. Even cleaning pans with baking soda and water can take anywhere from 30 minutes to an hour (and a lot of elbow grease) to start removing gunk.
Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner breaks down grease and deep cleans without caustic or abrasive chemicals and won't leave behind residue that can linger long after you've finished cleaning.
Allow pans to cool completely before you begin cleaning. Use these directions to remove fairly recent spots and stains to avoid permanent discoloration.
TIP: Use a sheet of aluminum foil or parchment paper each time you bake to prevent future stains.
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