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How to heat milk without it catching on the bottom of the pan


How to heat milk without it catching on the bottom of the pan
Very often when you heat milk in a saucepan, it forms at the bottom of the pan (especially if the milk boiled) a sticky and brown bottom of milk that burned and attached. To avoid this here is a very simple and very effective tip.
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Last modified on: February 21th 2011

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How to heat milk without it catching on the bottom of the pan : Photo of step #1
You need to rinse the pan with cold water, leaving about a tablespoonful in the pan, this water will form a kind of protective laye,r between milk and pan.

Then pour in milk without drying the pan.

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