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How to Reheat Soggy Leftover Pizza

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    How to Reheat Soggy Leftover Pizza

    How to Reheat Soggy Leftover Pizza - Chef John -- this works really good... I used it yet again, and it is easy and awesome.

    Blog Post >> http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2011/...ver-pizza.html

    Last edited by smarkley; June 6, 2015, 07:47 PM.

    Reheating french fries [kids leftovers or even big kids] works in the skillet very well. My mother age 94 has been doing this for years. When she eats out, she always has leftovers and she taught me this.


      "Yes, I just burnt my finger."

      My dad gets Popeye's chicken, just to refrigerate it and refry.

      I love thin and crispy, and have not seen those bowl shaped pepperoni's in YEARS!!!

      Neat vid....


        Cool, I tried doing that myself but I must have gotten it too hot because it wasn't that good, I flipped it and did the top as well.


          Another great food site to peruse. Thanks smarkley ! He has a nice pizza dough recipe I am going to try soon.


            Chef John is also on Allrecipes.com. He's the guy I got my awesome chicken thigh marinade from. That marinade is so, so good I need rehab. He has dozens of really great recipes with video's that make them simple to follow.


              I tried it on medium, worked like a charm.


                Witchcraft! I've been using a microwave/broiler combo to reheat pizza, need to try this next time. Of course, I usually just take a slice out of the fridge and munch away.



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