Cleaning Stuck on Dough

by GettingFreedom on May 2, 2011

I think it’s safe to say that I am the world’s messiest cook. {This is why I have yet to do a cooking/canning vlog, even though it’d sure make more sense sometimes!} Seriously, I am.  On top of that, I am also the world’s most impatient cook.  Those two together is a dangerous combination, since my impatientness leads to even bigger messes!

One of my most hated things to clean up has always been stuck on dough.  No matter how much flour I add to my counter top it always seems as if I miss a spot and dough gets stuck when I’m rolling it out.  The other day as I was cleaning up my monster mess from making rolls for Easter Sunday, I found the solution.  My trusty scraper, which I usually use to scrape veggies or meat off of the cutting board and into another dish.

Now I just use my scraper and push everything into a pile with ease.  It’s super quick, and doesn’t create a bigger mess in the process.  Then I just push it all into a bowl and toss it out with all the other scraps.

Rolling out dough for Crescent Rolls, Cheddar Bay Biscuits and Cinnamon Rolls just got a lot more enjoyable. :)

This post is linking up to Kitchen Tip Tuesday, hosted over at Lynn’s Kitchen Adventures while Tammy is out of town and is also part of Works For Me Wednesday.

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