Anyone have suggestions for saving an enamelware pot that has burned on food in the bottom?
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Soak soak soak. Fill with enough hot water to cover the burned areas by 1", then bring to a boil. Let stand until it cools, then scrub with a nylon scrub pad. You should be able to remove the crusted-on burnt parts, though the enamel may be stained underneath.
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I swear by this method.
I'd just give it 20 mins for enamelware tho.
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Something like this was just asked about a week ago: http://www.food52.com/hotline...
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The method I use is just a solution of water and white vinegar. Bring it up to a boil and just scrape away with a wooden tool.
Simmer water for 30 min, wash, rinse and repeat until the burn is gone.
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