by Lee Wyatt
(last updated July 10, 2017)
If you have a roasting pan in your home, then you know the joys (and sorrows) that comes with this extremely useful piece of cooking equipment. I say sorrows for the rather simple reason that when this item is used, it has a tendency to collect black burnt-on sludge at the bottom and that stuff is almost impossible to completely get rid of it. I don't know how many times I have had to throw away a roasting pan that got "too old" to use anymore, when it was simply in need of a dire cleaning.
Instead of throwing away that old roasting pan, try to salvage it and save the money it would cost to replace it. Here is the best method that I have found to clean my own roasting pan. Be warned though—this method does take a few days (believe it or not, 3 days), so don't forget about what you are doing, and keep the pan away from children and animals.
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