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Bulk cooking and pan washing

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How do you clean your aluminium pan?

I wipe it out with a piece of kitchen towel
2
17%
Give it a quick rinse under hot or cold water
4
33%
Give it a quick rinse under hot or cold water and scrub with a pad
2
17%
Give it a quick wash under hot or cold water and scrub with a pad, washing up liquid then rinse
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No votes
Give it a quick wash under hot or cold water and scrub with a pad, washing up liquid, rinse then dry
2
17%
I have multiple pans
1
8%
My guests only get one variety of curry
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No votes
I use the fond between curries to add flavour
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8%
I leave bulk cooking to my local TA
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No votes
 
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Bulk cooking and pan washing

Post by Greybeard » Tue Oct 24, 2017 9:49 pm

Your mission if you choose to accept it. You have to cook a large number of different curries in your aluminium pan for you guests. How do you clean the pan between each dish?
The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.

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