This is a sponsored post in partnership with PAM Cooking Spray; all opinions, photos, recipes are my own.
My husband and I fight for the PAM Cooking Spray. He always uses it for grilling. I always use it for baking.
In my last post, featuring PAM Cooking Spray, I told you how important it is to use a cooking spray when making a quiche or a tart, because they need to be removed from the pan prior to serving and those fluted edges can be a challenge. This is especially true when it’s a caramelized apple tart.
In this post, PAM Cooking Spray, asked me to share some of my most favorite PAM Cooking Spray kitchen hacks with you.
Kitchen Pam Cooking Spray Hacks
Spray your colander before draining pasta. I tend to let some of the pasta sit in the colander and PAM Cooking Spray prevents the starch from sticking and no more gooey clean up.
Spray your pot before adding the water when you make Poached Eggs to prevent the white of the egg from sticking to the bottom. Until I discovered this, I avoided making poached eggs, because I hated cleaning the pot.
Make quiche with tortillas, but you must use PAM Cooking Spray first; otherwise, the tortilla will stick.
Spray your knife before you dip into peanut butter for easy clean up.
Spray your measuring cups before you measure out sticky food like honey or nut butters.
Spray your biscuit cutter before cutting out biscuits, and you know I need that tip as these strawberry biscuits are one of 19 biscuit recipes I’ve made here.
Make a Ruffled Egg. Spray a piece of press n seal with PAM Cooking Spray. Add egg, bunch into a little basket, and make the cutest egg you ever saw.
Spray tin foil before putting any vegetables or fish on them before grilling. Food can and will stick to foil.
Save calories and spray your baking pan when making oven fried chicken tenders or oven fried chicken.
Spray your bundt pans, so you can really show off your baking skills. Look at this. Not a crumb out of place and you don’t have to frost this. You can serve as is, with a drizzle of chocolate sauce or a sprinkling of confectioner’s sugar.
PAM Cooking Spray leaves 99% less residue than margarine or bargain-brand cooking sprays too.
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PAM Cooking Spray sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.