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Kitchen Tip for the Week

After several meals of what tasted to be an interesting combination of grease and soap, I quickly realized there is a method to cast iron pans! Seasoning them…and CLEANING them! Here’s some tips and tricks for your cast iron.

How to Clean a Seasoned Cast-Iron Pan
Step 1: Very important—don’t use soap or scouring powder on a seasoned pan. It will destroy the nonstick coating. Instead, sprinkle the pan with kosher salt and scrub it with a paper towel.

Step 2: Rinse the pan clean under hot water. Dry it immediately and thoroughly with paper towels, then apply a thin, even coating of vegetable oil. If you keep your cookware stacked, place a paper towel in the pan to protect its surface.