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How ro Save (Re-Season) an Orgreenic Pan?

hi everybody and welcome to my kitchen
today I’m going to show you how to re
season on our green ik ceramic frying
pan this is my trusty orgreenic I’ve had
it for a few years I’ve made a couple
YouTube videos with it and I love it
unfortunately I have a sister-in-law and
a couple nieces that show up once in a
while and they absolutely destroy this
pan they put it in a dishwasher they
cook stuff on high without any oil and
just walk away from it so every time
they leave it is virtually just regular
pan and not very good at all so first
thing I’m going to do is clean this a
little bit just soak in the water and
wipe it up with a sponge because there’s
egg residue and whatever the stuff still
sticking to this then the second thing
I’m going to do is show you how easy it
is to turn a beat-up orgreenic back into
a slick egg cooking machine just
remember reason in the pan is in
accordance with your original directions
as you remember when you first got your
organic pan it said for optimal
performance you want to re season this
or season it again about twice a year so
every six months so we’re going to do
that today
but before I Reese’s in it I wanted to
show you the condition it’s in now I’ll
just turn it on a heat put a little bit
of my cooking strainer because I always
use cooking spray you know you don’t
need it it just makes it that much nicer
a little cooking spray in an egg and
we’ll flip it out and I’ll show you how
the stuff sticks
okay I’m going to take my beat-up
organic pan and just take it over some
hot water with a tiny bit of dawn here
we are all we’re going to do is make
that completely submerged
just a smidgen so super hot water will
come back in a few minutes let’s so can
get Holly covered
okay the pan is completely covered in
about 175 of you water we’re going to
leave it sit there for about five or ten
minutes then I’m just going to wipe it
down with a sponge okay this is soaked
for a little while
I’ll let the water cool down to make it
just warm or not hot but using a sponge
side of sponging scrubby take off all
the stuck-on food okay let the soap in
extra long time we have a super hot
water heater nice caught up on arms 25
degrees and I’m pretty disappointed
because not only is this pan and beat up
but it’s been beat up to the point where
there are a couple chips and a ceramic
little in there little in there
everything else is absolutely clean of
debris except for our chip there there
and maybe one or two on the rim here
really not on the cooking service in
here so what I’m going to do is I’m
going to dry this out and try to season
this right over the top of those little
chips and see how well it works and keep
this going I’ve had it for a couple
years but you know a good pan it’s like
a good friend you want to keep more on
forever so we’ll dry this off season it
and show you how well these things
retain their durability okay we’re back
the pan is clean there are a lot more
chips and I thought in there tiny ones
in a couple scratches so the abuse is
finally catching up with it but I’m
going to try to be seasoned it with
Crisco pure vegetable oil you want to
use vegetable oil versus on olive oil
olive oil has a lower boiling point and
it’ll start smoking sooner and it won’t
get the full season in effect but the
directions are quite simple just rub
olive oil coat the entire surface all
the green stuff lightly with Paula I’m
sorry with a vegetable oil I believe I
might have said olive oil but vegetable
oil on the green surface turn it on a
medium heat and then watch closely for
smoke at the first sign of smoke remove
it from the heat and let it cool
thoroughly and then wipe it with a paper
towel or a clean cloth so we’re going to
go ahead and apply the vegetable
you want it on the green surface you
don’t want it to spill over onto the
underside of the pan because it will
smoke prematurely and you might not see
in your pan so we’re just going to
rubber fingers all over the place all
over the green
all right you see that nice shiny pan
that’s the oil on it I’m heating it up
now I’m looking for the very first sign
of smoke okay I’m getting tiny with
smoke now I’m turning it off
Heat’s off remove it from your heat and
let it cool okay a really cool a lot of
paper towels so I got this napkin clean
nap and we’re just gonna wipe the rest
of that well out of there for a lot of
it anyway and I’m going to check I got a
little bit on the back here I’m going to
wash off with a little mild soapy water
so it doesn’t make a big smoke when I
try this out of my egg just let’s polish
that up and I’ll wipe the back off okay
I wipe the pan on it looks greasy still
that’s not a look when you’re BCM turn
the heat on before I put another egg in
there I always just use a little cooking
spray right there in the middle one
genuine American chicken egg here we go
got my ikea spatula you can see it
already slides around for his last time
i didn’t do that it just stuck all over
i’m a little concerned about those bare
spots but they don’t seem to be
gathering anything you’re nice
that’s what I love the more on this
story is you’re going to have a pretty
severely abused orgreenic pan and just a
mild cleaning and a Reese’s Ihnen you
can bring it back to life as always if
you like my video subscribe and thank
you for watching

Ceramic Frying Pan Buyers’ Guide

How to clean a ceramic pan?

After using your ceramic pan, let it cool down before you clean it. Use warm water, mild soap, and a soft sponge or cloth to wash it. If there is burnt food on the pan, soak it in hot water for 30 minutes and then wash it. Avoid any type of steel wool, nylon or any abrasive products. Every 2-3 months, you should use a deep cleaning method to remove any stains. Start by soaking the ceramic pan in hot water that has been mixed with mild soap and use a sponge or cloth to wipe any particles off. Then sprinkle some baking powder on the stained areas and let it sit for 20-25 minutes. After that, lightly scrub the pan and use a plastic dish brush until all stains are gone. Rinse the pan using warm water and use a clean dry towel to fully dry it.

How to season a ceramic frying pan?

Before you start, you must make sure that your pan is completely clean. Use a tablespoon of oil and spread it evenly on the surface of the pan until it is fully coated. If the surface is larger, add more oil. The oil you are going to use should have a high smoking point, so olive oil can’t be used. Next, transfer the pan onto a stove set to medium heat, and leave it there until you see the oil start to smoke. It is important that the oil heating process must be slow, as that will effectively season your pan. You can also use an oven set to 300 degrees and leave the pan inside for 25 minutes. After the oil starts to smoke, take the pan off the stove and let it cool down. Once it is at room temperature, use a clean paper towel and wipe off any excess oil.

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.