Cooking takes time and effort, especially at the end when you have to wash the burnt dishes It's the most hated part of an otherwise enjoyable experience cooking delicious food. Endless scrubbing with aggressive detergents, wire brushes and harsh dishwashing sponges that damage the skin and nails are just part of the unpleasant picture.
However, you can save yourself all this horror and clean your burnt dishes quickly, easily and without the use of harmful detergents. How?
Use the magical products you have in your kitchen – baking soda and vinegar. They really work wonders and remove burnt grease on non-stick pans, pots and pans.
What should you do?
Fill the pot (or other heated container) with water. Drop a few spoons of baking soda into the water. Add ½ cup vinegar. Bring the water to a boil.
If the water evaporates before the burnt remains have dissolved, add a little more water, baking soda and vinegar and bring to a simmer. Remove from the heat, pour off the liquid. Sprinkle baking soda on the bottom of the pan. Add a little more vinegar. Leave it like this for 10 minutes. After that, cleaning is much easier and no scrubbing is required.
Another way is by placing the pot on the stove. Sprinkle liberally with soda. Pour very little water and let it heat up. Then pour ½ cup of vinegar and keep on the stove. Stir with a wooden spoon all the time. When a mush starts to form, remove from the heat and wash the pan.