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Cleaning your Dutch oven

November 9th, 2006 by Halli

An aluminum Dutch oven may be washed with your other dishes in hot, soapy water, or even cleaned in
the dishwasher.

To clean your cast iron Dutch oven after producing a delicious meal, first scrape out the remaining food with a plastic scraper as soon as possible. Never store food in a cast iron oven. Then fill with 1 or 2 quarts of hot water and scrub with a plastic (non-abrasive) scrubber or vegetable brush. Some cooks never use soap in their cast iron ovens, others use just a few drops of soap, being careful to rinse well. Whichever method you choose, dry the oven completely immediately after washing, and coat with a very thin film of vegetable oil. Replace the lid and store in a dry place.

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