Yeah, full of healing agents, like salmonella!
Seriously, do NOT use foodstuffs to treat thermal injuries, that’s just asking for trouble.
It’s too late now, but the the best initial treatment is cool water (50 to 55 degrees F) and keep using cool water as long as needed for the pain. Thorough immersion in cool water prevents a lot of burn complications, and reduces the severity.
I’m assuming your burn is a superficial one. If so, the following is the standard accepted medical advice:
If the skin is intact, aloe vera or bacitracin might help reduce infection and pain, and are unlikely to hurt.
Tylenol or ibuprofen/NSAIDs are the best initial pain relievers. If these are insufficient, consult your doctor. Dressings are generally not needed for intact, nonblistered burns.
If it’s a blistered burn, then aloe vera and/or bacitracin with dressings are often a good idea. Don’t pop intact blisters, but trim ruptured ones.
If in doubt, consult a doctor. One who can see you and your burn, unlike me.