To clean the skillet, start by using a wooden or silicone spatula to remove any leftover food and store leftovers properly. Rinse the pan under hot water to remove more residue. Gently scrub with a scouring pad, usually for about a minute, until the pan becomes spotless again.
In the second step, drying the skillet is crucial to maintain its quality and prevent rust. Place the pan on medium-high heat until any remaining water evaporates. Then, let the pan cool for about 5 minutes.
For the third step, season the skillet by applying oil to all surfaces. Use a kitchen towel to coat both the inside and outside of the skillet with a thin layer of oil, ensuring it's shiny and well-coated.