Q: I recently baked a coffee cake that has a blueberry puree layer in the middle. I used a springform pan and unfortunately, due to either myself or the pan, some of the blueberry dripped on the bottom of the oven. It then hardened into a burnt crispy blob and no matter how hard I try, I cannot get it to come off! I was able to scrape a decent amount off, but only the top layer.
Any suggestions on how to clean something like this? Or am I doomed to have this scratchy burnt splotch forever reside on the bottom of my oven?
Sent by Jennifer More