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FornoBravoNews 05-14-2012 09:09 AM

How Do You Reheat Pizza?, Tale of Two Flours, Eggplant Pizza
 
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Giggliato 05-23-2012 05:07 PM

Re: How Do You Reheat Pizza?, Tale of Two Flours, Eggplant Pizza
 
I usually put it in the microwave for about 45 seconds. I wouldn't call it good, but it is definitely edible.

nissanneill 05-24-2012 03:26 AM

Re: How Do You Reheat Pizza?, Tale of Two Flours, Eggplant Pizza
 
Using a microwave on FULL will turn your crust to leather, but if you increase the time and reduce the power to around 50%, it is almost as good as straight out of the oven.

Neill

cobblerdave 05-26-2012 05:00 AM

Re: How Do You Reheat Pizza?, Tale of Two Flours, Eggplant Pizza
 
Gudday
I love to put a slice back in the oven first thing in the morning. You could probably do the same in the kitcken.... but its great to head into the garden in the early morning. A bit cold but. Crack the door of the oven open ...big rush of heat in your face.. through the slices in on a tray. And just wait for them to heat. Just you ....a cup of coffee... the early light:)...the re-heated pizza slices are just a added bonus....


Regards Dave

Poetryart 06-01-2012 07:47 PM

Re: How Do You Reheat Pizza?, Tale of Two Flours, Eggplant Pizza
 
Showing off, Cobblerdave?... Sigh...maybe mine will stay warmer as time goes by. Thanks for the tip re the soot being an indication of dampness!
Back to the question, I reheat on a pizza pan with holes (so it gets crispy) in the oven at about 350. No microwave, gets too soggy!
-Shelley


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