Thanks for the tip Raj. I’ll try it sometime with my kadai. For the dosa pan you slightly heat it and spinkle some table salt over it and rub nicely with thick cloth or paper towel. This can be used on the fresh burnt residue. Thanks once again.
thanx for dis tip.can u plz tell me the tip for removing the brown residue on nonstick pans at the bottom.subha told for fresh burnt but i am asking for long back burnt on dosa pan and some other pans.
If you dont have soda and vinegar at home.. the following method also works perfectly well.
Fill the burnt bottom vessel with water. Just 3 – 4 inch depth of water is enough. Now boil the vessel for 6-8 mins depending on the burnt level. now using steel spatula/spoon edge remove the burnt food.
Hey, I love your website..I am extremely addicted to it..
I was wondering if you have any tips on cleaning burnt oil (that leaves a stain) on a Stainless Steel pot..I added oil to my SS pot (on high), and there was this big yellow stain that refuses to vanish..I tried everthing from baking soda to stainless steel scrub..nothing works !!..I read about Bar Keeper’s Cleaning products..What do you think of them?
Also, I am interested in buying the cast iron pots (Rachel Ray) but I want to know if I can use them for Indian cooking..like curries, vegetables, dal..etc