It just happens every time to burn a layer of milk on the bottom of the pot. I turn the burners up high thinking that I will turn it off right on time, but, never happens.
And, my dearest readers, scorched milk is one of the most difficult burn stains to remove off a pot. And on top of that, it will leave a super unpleasant odor that has to be removed immediately; otherwise the pot will catch that burnt milk odor.
As I said before, yes it’s difficult to removed scorched milk but it’s not impossible! With patience and the following household trick, you will be able to remove any trace of burnt milk and unpleasant odor.
– warm water
– dish soap
First, apply a generous layer of salt over the entire bottom of the pot, and then pour 1 or 2 cups of warm water over the salt. Let it act for 15 minutes, and then try to scrape the burned milk with a wooden spoon. Remove the salty water and burnt residues.
In case if any scorched milk stains remain, apply the next step:
- add 1 or 2 cups of cold water in the pot alongside with 10 drops of dish soap. Place the pot on the stove on low heat and let the water simmer for 1 minute while scraping continuously with the wooden spoon.
- Remove the water and burnt debris, wash the pot under the warm water jet and wipe it well with a cloth or paper towel.