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No Mess Cooking Spray {Quick Tip}

Though cooking sprays have come a long way in recent years, I’m still a bit leery of using them. Instead I prefer to use a Misto Olive Oil Sprayer when a recipe calls for cooking spray.


Whether you use an oil mister or aerosol cooking spray, spraying your pans can be a bit on the messy side. My solution? Lay the pan on the inside of the door of your dishwasher when spraying. All of the overspray goes on the door and gets washed away with your next load of dishes!

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Cindy

Tuesday 12th of March 2013

Oh my gosh, so simple, yet so ingenious!! I always try to wrestle mine in the sink and this would be soooo much better!!!!!!!!!!!

susan

Tuesday 12th of June 2012

this is much better than my approach. i normally walk out the back door and spray. hubby wonders why the back porch is greasy from time to time.

JulieD

Friday 18th of May 2012

Very cool, Tara!! I have a misto spray I got for a Christmas present and I still haven't used it yet. Need to dig it out!

Teresa

Thursday 17th of May 2012

What a great idea. Why didn't I think of that?

Miss @ Miss in the Kitchen

Wednesday 16th of May 2012

That's such a great idea! I am such a mess with the cooking spray!