How can I get the burnt soup off of the bottom of my pot?

I was making tomatoe soup the other day, and left it on way too long. Some of it is not burnt/stuck to the bottom. I tried putting dish soap & water and letting it sit for a little while, but no luck. How can I get it off?

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13 Responses to “How can I get the burnt soup off of the bottom of my pot?”

  1. mrslondon5488 said:

    use an sos pad

  2. BHarvey said:

    mix a little water and a little dish detergent in the pot then boil it.

  3. raj said:

    you should use the ajex or compact pwoder just put some littel water in the pot and put the compact pwoder in it and leave it for 15 min then scrub and you will see looks like a brand new pot or if you don’t have a compact or ajex use the hot water and lemon fill your pot with hot water and leave it for 30 min then scrub it it will come off

  4. Timbucktoo said:

    Buy yourself a BIG stainless steel scrubby. Let the water soak the spot overnight and you’ll still have to use a lot of elbow grease but it will come off.

  5. ~Susakins~ said:

    Bring this to a boil:

    1)dish washing detergent (sink kind)
    2)water
    3)sprinkle of vinegar
    4)generous amount of 7up
    5)a dash of baking soda
    and guess what u can acctually see the black nightmare disintegrating and floating to the top of the solution(the ingredients listed above are to be boiled in said pan ofcourse)
    (ps: if ur trying this at the end of the day do it before cleaning ur stove it tends to buble up and overflow every couple of minutes)

  6. his love said:

    if its stainless steel, us a brillo pad and a LOT of baking soda with just a touch of water. use a lot of elbow grease

  7. Lisa K said:

    When I get food stuck to the bottom of the bottom (especially pasta) I put water and baking soda in the pan and put it back on the burner and bring to a boil and let it sit for a bit, then wash like normal. All the crusty stuff comes right off and is like new again:)

  8. lord_he_aint_right_nda_head said:

    put a dryer sheet in it let it soak for a couple of hours and it will wipe up with out any effort. this even works on the black caked on mess on a broiler pan.

  9. bainofmyexistance said:

    Fill it with hot tap water and about a teaspoon of cream of tartar. Let is soak for a few hours, and it should come right out.

  10. PixieRobinson said:

    Fill the pot over the burnt area at least an inch over the stuck on food and boil for 30 minutes. This will soften the burnt food up and it will wash off. Pour the boiling water off and wash as soon as the pot cools down.

  11. **K** said:

    Boil some water in it with a bunch of salt. The salt water and heat will help break it up. Let it boil for a few minutes then remove from heat. Let sit until the water is cool.

  12. mebepat said:

    boil some baking soda water and let set in pot. sos should do the rest with elbow grease

  13. shine said:

    Mr. Clean’s Magic Eraser…..a miracle product!




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