I borrowed a double burner grill pan because my tabletop grill was a little too small for the number of things I was cooking.
I made chicken w/ a marinade and the marinate and chicken fat burned down together and is now stuck on the pan like it would be on an outdoor grill.
I thought the grill pan was nonstick, but it's obviously not. It must have some hard enamel coating on it or something.
I'm pretty sure it's this one: http://www.amazon.com/Chefs-Design-Re...
I tried regular scubbing first, nothing. Then I went and bought some brillo steal wool w/ oxyclean. It's taken me forever just to scrub out most of two ribs, and those were only lightly coated
Is there anything I can do to clean this faster?
Could it be put int he oven on self-clean mode?
Could I put it on a gas outdoor grill and heat it up and scrub it like you would grill grates?
Any suggestions are much appreciated. I would rather not have to spend $50 to replace it.
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