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You've Been Reheating Pizza Wrong Your Whole Life
2017-06-16 16:00:41

Admittedly, leftover pizza in our households is a rarity - but there's nothing worse than saving a few slices for breakfast, only to ruin it during reheating.

Because it's pretty easy to end up with a soggy bottom, chewy crust and dried out tomato sauce, isn't it? (Side note: we definitely eat it anyway).

According to this Reddit user, it's not uncommon to spread devastation during reheating, either: generally because we've all been doing it wrong this whole time.

Been using an oven? A microwave? A grill? Yup, you're going wrong. Oh GOOD.

In a diagram, Roberta's pizzeria in Brooklyn, New York, explains the perfect way to reheat any leftovers, and it involves a low-heat hob, a non-stick frying pan and a little bit of water. Bear with us.

After the pizza's been in the pan for two minutes and the bottom is crispy, place two drops of water in (away from the pizza) and reduce the heat for low. Chuck a lid on the pan and leave the pizza to steam for a minute - allowing the cheese to melt, the tomato sauce to heat up and the bottom/crust to stay crispy.


 

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