You probably won't!
However, here is something my late wife did eons ago when the same
thing happened to her.
She has a pressure cooker, put a little water in it and placed it on
the stove. When it was up to temp, she removed the weight from the
top and centered the stain over the nozzle where the weight was,
moving it around a little every few minutes.
It removed about 80% to 90% of the stain. Then she used an UGLY Stick
to cover the stain. An UGLY Stick is a type of white paint stick I
think. Someone else may know what it really is!