I always wondered why my omelette pan always felt so sticky, even after I’ve washed and re-washed it several times. And then I came across this from Cooking Light Magazine:
“Cooking spray is a no-no on nonstick pans. It contains lecithin, which leaves a gummy residue that interferes with the nonstick qualities.
Aha! Now I see…
Luckily I’ve switched from cooking spray to using strictly olive or canola oils since I found this little handy gadget…
Meet Misto! This handy little fella gets almost daily use. Simply fill the bottle with oil, pump the cap a few times, spray the nozzle, and voilà, you have a fine mist of oil that coats your pans, coats your veggies, and won’t leave a mist all over the room.
And because I really want you to have it, here is a handy little link to buy it.