How to Make Pam Nonstick Cooking Spray

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Pam Nonstick Cooking Spray

The Pam Nonstick Cooking Spray recipe is a product of the ConAgra Foods company, based in Omaha, Nebraska. The name comes from the acronym Product of Arthur Meyerhoff, the man who introduced the product in 1961. It is used as a substitute for butter and oil in the processing of cooking a multitude of dishes for, lunch, dinner, and even dessert.

Making this recipe at home won't yield the aluminum can that can be purchased in stores, but a sterilized spray bottle will work just as well with the right ingredients. It can be used to make various breakfast dishes like buttermilk pancakes and breakfast sausage.[1]

Start to finish: 5 minutes (Active time: 5 minutes)

Servings: 476



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Offered by ConAgra[2]
Customer service phone 1-877-266-2472
Served as Cooking ingredient
Main ingredients Olive oil, water
Method of preparation Mixing
Similar to Cooking spray
Author Nicholas Demmy
 

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Pam Nonstick Cooking Spray Ingredients

Recipe by CopycatRecipeGuide's Food Editors

Pam Nonstick Cooking Spray Recipe

  1. Sterilize glass spray bottle by placing it into a pan of boiling water.
  2. Mix olive oil with water in the bottle.[3]
  3. Shake bottle.[4]
  4. Use as intended.

Purifying Water for Cooking Spray

Before mixing the water and olive oil in the spray bottle, make sure it has been sterilized. Sterilization of the water makes certain no harmful bacterias that may be lurking in the water makes its way into the final spray. Placing the spray bottle in boiling water before step two will make sure that it is safe to use.[5]

Vintage Pam Cooking Spray Commercial

Pam Commercial Circa 1991


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Comments

  • The water is used as a means through which the oil can be expelled in a mist. Make sure the mixture sprays, as opposed to the oil just falling out of the bottle nozzle. If this problem occurs, just put more water in the bottle until it sprays.
  • Don't spray the mixture into a hot pan, it should be sprayed while the pan is still cold.[4]


Also See: How to Make Perkins Buttermilk Pancakes, How to Make IHOP Cheesecake Pancakes, How to Make IHOP Swedish Pancakes, How to Make Vegan Applebees Spinach Pizza, How to Make IHOP Buttermilk Pancakes

References

  1. http://www.pamcookingspray.com/non-stick-spray-products/original-spray-oil/
  2. http://www.conagrafoods.com/our-food/brands/PAM-cooking-spray
  3. 3.0 3.1 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/organic-authoritycom/homemade-cooking-spray_b_1671934.html
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 http://naturesnurtureblog.com/2012/04/03/tiny-tip-tuesday-homemade-cooking-spray/
  5. http://lifehacker.com/5922661/diy-cooking-spray