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  1. #1

    how to clean sizzling plates

    does anyone know how to keep the rust off sizzling plates?bumili kasi ako sa mall tpos paghugas ko nangalawang na..already tried rubbing it off with soap and water, even vinegar panga..pero it keeps on coming back eh..d ko tuloy magamit..any suggestions?

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    baka naman *** mumurahing sizzling plate ang binili mo??

    anyway.. i really don't like sizzling plates... i really don't know why filipinos love those things. i mean,,, they do nothing but further cook the food.. drying the sauce up, over cooking the meat itself rin.

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    Scrub rust away with cold soap water, then wipe it thoroughly dry. Reaseason by coating with veg oil and heating over medium heat for at least 15 minutes. Cool down and store your plate away.

    After next use: Lightly wash your plate with cold soap water, wipe it down or place it back on a stovetop over med-lo heat to thoroughly dry. Dab up a with veg oil and coat up your plate. You don't need that much oil, just enough to leave a thin coat.

    Good luck.

  4. #4
    clean, dry, rub cooking oil over them and store indoors (they collect dew when stored outside).

    clean again before using.

  5. #5
    That should be the way to treat cast iron pans too, right?

  6. #6
    Yah, but I don't scrub it down with abrasives unless I plan to reseason it, and I don't always coat our skillet after wash. I just heat it up over medium for at least five minutes. But do coat it with oil if you do plan to store it away for a long time. We use ours almost every other day.

  7. #7
    Quote Originally Posted by GreatBop
    baka naman *** mumurahing sizzling plate ang binili mo??

    anyway.. i really don't like sizzling plates... i really don't know why filipinos love those things. i mean,,, they do nothing but further cook the food.. drying the sauce up, over cooking the meat itself rin.
    onga eh mumurahin lang, binili ko sa megamall for 100+ ata each hehe
    kakagana kasi pag nagsisizzzle pa ang kinakain mo eh

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