How many of you use non-stick cooking spray with flour in it when a recipe calls for you to grease and flour a pan?
And how many of you that answered yes to the above have noticed a sticky, grimy residue building up on your pan? A residue that is extremely difficult to get off, without scratching the coating on your pan?
Well, if you guess that the residue and the cooking spray have a correlation, you’re right.
Now, something like goo gone and a bit of elbow grease might be able to get rid of that residue for you. But what works for me is to avoid the build up in the first place. And that means using good old shortening and flour when I bake.
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