Cleaning Baked-On Pans

I love cooking one-pan or one-pot dishes. They are relatively easy to prepare, generally contain a lot of cheese, and cook for a long time filling your home with wonderful smells. One of my favorites is a one-pan, deep-dish pizza of sorts, but I will give you that recipe later. The problem with dishes of these sorts is the baked-on mess they leave. Even no-stick sprays or butter break down after a while leaving you with a difficult mess. There is a simple way to making your cleaning a little easier. Before serving your dish, put a pot of water on the stove to boil. Once you are finished serving, pour the boiling water into the dish and add 2 tablespoons of baking soda. Make sure the mixture covers the baked-on mess. Let sit, and once your guests have left, the pan will clean up with a minimum of effort!

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