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Burnt Milk on Bottom of Pot? No Problem!

I do it about every third time I make homemade yogurt. I get impatient, turn the stove burner up too high, and burn a nice layer of black milk on the bottom of the pot. Luckily it’s an easy fix. Just put a bit of water and baking soda in the pot, place it back on the stove and boil it. The burnt milk lifts off in specs, or you can hasten the process by scrubbing a bit with a wooden spoon. When the pot cools, you can wash the pot with soap and water as usual.

Pot boiling with baking soda and water

Kat

I have been following the Specific Carbohydrate Diet since January 2008 to recover from Celiac disease. As part of the diet, I don't eat grains, sugar or potatoes and prepare all my meals from scratch.

15 Comments

  1. It’s a good idea to put water into the pot (1/4) and then plenty of salt and leave it for 2-3 hours. Now, you can clean the pot easily.

  2. Hello! You have to be patient with milk LOL I’va also burned my milk but I had to trow it away… and I never tried again… Now I think I will be try your tip!

  3. This was amazing. I made home made yogurt and found my pan had scorched milk on th pan bottom. I tried other web site’s solution but no luck. Thank you for your suggestion…worked great!!!!

  4. Thank you so much! You have literally saved me from facing the incomparable wrath of an angry mother who’s discovered a ruined pot!

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  7. Anyone else think, aside from the mess, scalded milk is amazingly beautiful? So organized and sponge-like. I was using a bad thermometer and ended up over 210°! I have quite a thick layer or burn but it is really quite pretty. ☺

  8. Haha thank you for the perfect tips. I always have problem when I try to do something with milk. Hope I won’t ruin it the next time.

  9. Just trying your method with Baking Powder because I font have Baking soda. Do you think that will work?

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