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How do you use 'Pam Spray On' these days? [Moved from General Topics board]

fruglescot Mar 8, 2008 07:35 AM

It appears that 'Pam Spray On' is still around and in use. I remember Quebec native Madame Benoit shilling for the product many moons ago. How are Chowhounds using the product these days?

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    burlgurl Mar 8, 2008 07:59 AM

    i use it for tupperware containers to microwave an egg for a quick egg mcmuffin sandwich..
    also i spray in on air popped popcorn before sprinkling with flavour shakers...

    1. Paul Weller Mar 8, 2008 08:36 AM

      I use pam when I oven roast something in a roasting pan with a rack. Spray on the bottom if I dont want to use the drippings for a gravy or sauce to make clean up easier.

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        bakergal Mar 8, 2008 08:52 AM

        I spray it on the counter and my hands before kneading bread. Don't have to add any flour that way.

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          Cheflambo Mar 8, 2008 09:41 AM

          Before firing up my gas grill, I spray the grid with PAM -- in fact, I think they have a formulation just for this. It REALLY helps to keep the food from sticking, especially fragile fish.

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            modthyrth Mar 8, 2008 11:49 AM

            Similar to Bakergal's--I spray down my counter before rolling out fondant to cover a cake. Works gorgeously, keeps the fondant supple, and I don't have to incorporate any extra powdered sugar.

            Also, light spray of olive oil variety on vegetables for a quick roast. Asparagus, kosher salt, and nutmeg makes me very happy, and only takes 10 minutes.

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            theannerska Mar 8, 2008 09:20 PM

            Works great when measuring out ingredients, especially with honey. Just spray the measuring spoon beforehand, and it'll slide right out.

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