Knowing how to reheat pizza is a key life skill for any shut-in. Cheese presents the biggest challenge to pizza restoration, as it loses fat and water when exposed to high temperatures.
Still, when it comes to restoring your pizza pie as close as possible to its original glory, not all methods are equal. In the guide below, Salerno’s Pizza shows you our favorite methods for how to reheat pizza!
When it comes to how to reheat pizza, we know of two equally-satisfying oven methods:
Unless you like a rubbery pizza crust, heating pizza all the way through in the microwave isn’t a great choice. However, you can absolutely use a microwave-oven combination approach to save time. Here’s how to reheat pizza in a microwave — and crisp it back to life in the oven:
Next, we’ll show you our overall favorite method for how to reheat pizza: in a pan. In our opinion, pan-cooking is both time-saving and effective — but only if you get it just right.
Sure, it sounds simple. You may think you know how to reheat pizza in a pan, but there’s actually a lot that can go wrong here. Done right, reheating pizza this way yields perfectly crispy crust and surprisingly stretchy cheese. But if your pan is too hot, you’ll have a burning, bubbly mess on your hands. Here’s how to reheat pizza in a pan, plus our tips to avoid disaster:
The above method should work perfectly, but be sure that you don’t crank the heat up too high. Be cautious about setting the temperature, especially with thin-crust pizzas that heat through quickly. We also advise using a non-stick pan over a cast-iron pan.
Now that you know how to reheat pizza the proper way, go ahead and order that pizza all for yourself! We’ve also got tips on how to keep pizza warm. At Salerno’s Pizza, we proudly serve up authentic Italian dishes at our four Chicagoland locations. Explore our menu online, and put in your order in minutes. Questions about Salerno’s catering and private dining? Give us a call today.
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