Non-stick pans are great for cooking a quick meal, but the non-stick coating can scratch and wear off over time. If your food isn’t sliding off the pan like it once did, a little seasoning can prolong the cookware’s life.
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The process isn’t really different from seasoning a cast iron pan, I just had no idea it worked on non-stick pans. Once you’re done cleaning the pan, heat it up briefly on the stove, apply a thin coat of oil for a few moments and wipe up the excess with a paper towel. Doing this consistently should allow the oil should fill in the scratches and thin points of the coating to keep your cookware in peak condition.
Do You Season Your Nonstick Pans? [The Kitchn]
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