How Wash Cast-Iron Pots and Pans
1. Washing cast-iron pots and container requires an alternate technique. You need to add to what's known as a patina, or a layer of oil, on the surface of the container. Washing the dish with cleanser and water will keep a patina from creating.
2. Fill the container with enough water to practically fill the pot.
3. Place the container on a burner, turn the warmth to med-high, and spread.
4. Hold up until the water in the skillet is bubbling. With an iron spatula, rub the sustenance from the base and sides of the dish.
5. Dump the bilge-water out and set the skillet back on the burner, swung down to low.
6. Rapidly wipe off any remaining water on the base of the skillet with a paper towel, being mindful so as not to smolder yourself. Turn off the burner.
7. Coat base and sides of cast-iron skillet with a slender layer of oil, ideally an oil shower, and wipe off abundance oil with a paper towel.
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