Struggling to clean a burnt pot? Follow these two tips and clean your burnt milk pot easily!
Boiling milk is a difficult task, right? Has it ever happened to you that when you are watching the pan, it doesn't boil but the moment you look somewhere else, there goes all the milk? A delightful hobby might become frustrating and time-consuming due to burned milk on stovetops or pans. However, there are a few common household items that you probably already have on hand that you can utilise to rescue your cookware, your meal, and your sanity. Whatever method you use, make sure to immediately pour cold water over the burned pan to prevent the milk from burning it anymore.
Salt or detergent
The charred area should be completely submerged in water after adding a few drops of dish detergent to the damaged cookware. Give the mixture about an hour to soak. Then, use a wooden spoon or spatula to scrape off the leftover material. Without dish detergent, a spoonful or two of salt works just as well to clean burnt pans.
Once the pan has cooled, use a wooden spoon or spatula to gently remove and discard any substantial, readily removed food residues. Then, place them in the garbage. White vinegar should completely cover the burn when the empty pan is placed on the heat. The mixture should then be brought to a boil for 10 minutes, after which the pan should be placed on a cold surface. 2 tablespoons of baking soda should be added to the pan while the mixture is still hot. The solution will bubble, indicating that it is dissolving the burned milk residue.