We have some of the Foods to Avoid if You Want to Keep Your Oven Clean from grease and grime buildup.My personal favourite is Pizza but with that comes grease and splash back’s from it when it’s cooking. After I have had my oven cleaned by one of our technicians, The next day I have a Pizza and it’s completely dirty again.
If you want to keep your oven clean, you should avoid cooking certain types of foods that are known to create spills and splatters. Some examples of these types of foods include:
- Greasy or oily foods: Foods that are high in fat, such as bacon, sausages, and fried chicken, can create a lot of grease and oil splatters inside the oven.
- Saucy Foods: Foods that have a lot of sauce, such as pasta dishes or casseroles, can also create spills and splatters inside the oven.
- Foods that expand: Foods that expand while cooking, such as bread dough, can create a mess inside the oven and can also cause the oven to smoke.
- Foods that emit strong odors: Foods that emit strong odors, such as fish or certain types of cheese, can leave behind strong odors inside the oven that are difficult to remove.
- Foods that produce smoke: Foods that produce smoke, such as sugary items or burned food, can create smoke and ash that can coat the oven interior.
- Foods with a lot of sugar: Foods with high sugar content such as pies, pastries, and cakes can create spills and splatters that are difficult to remove.
It is also important to keep an eye on the foods you are cooking, and to check them frequently to avoid overcooking or burning, which can also create a lot of smoke and ash inside the oven.
You should also avoid using aluminium foil or parchment paper in the bottom of the oven, this can trap spills and make it harder to clean and can even damage your oven by the metal fusing with the coating of the oven and cracking it. It is always a good idea to use oven-safe trays and dishes to cook your food, and to line the oven with parchment paper or aluminum foil to catch any spills or splatters.