Sunday, 7 October 2012

How to do I fix my tagine?

Ahem, I have had a bit of a kitchen incident! I somehow managed to put the hot tagine onto a small ziplock bag which then melted onto the bottom of the pan! I have managed to pull some of it off but there is quite a bit still welded to the pan. Any ideas on how to save my pan?



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11 comments:

  1. If you froze it, would it chip off?

    Or failing that, take it outside and burn it off with a lighter or something? Would stink to high heaven though.

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    1. it won't go in my freezer :o(
      and your 2nd idea is my last ditch attempt if I can't think of anything better :o)

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  2. Me? I would take it outside and make a bbq and just burn it off.

    But I live in that kind of neighbourhood....

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  3. no clue, but sometimes with plastic ice would make it easier to peel off. good luck

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  4. I found this thread with some advice: http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/325026

    Without googling it I would've suggested a hair drier and picking/scraping the remaining bits off.

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  6. Re-heat it? Like you'd do with candle wax??

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  7. I once accidently dissolved a plastic nail brush when I used it with white spirit to scrub paint off my hands. The brush snapped in half and then crumbled as I used it. I wonder if white spirit would react similarly with the ziplock plastic...

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  8. I once accidently dissolved a plastic nail brush when I used it with white spirit to scrub paint off my hands. The brush snapped in half and then crumbled as I used it. I wonder if white spirit would react similarly with the ziplock plastic...

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  9. I once accidently dissolved a plastic nail brush when I used it with white spirit to scrub paint from my hands. The plastic became brittle and snapped in half, then crumbled. I once if white spirit would react the same way with the ziplock plastic.

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