How to reheat pizza and not lose its crispiness in the process How to reheat pizza and not lose its crispiness in the process

How to reheat pizza and not lose its crispiness in the process

Pizza is everyone's absolute favorite meal... Or so it should be. It's crispy, satisfying, versatile and easy to eat. But it could turn soggy if you are reheating some leftover pizza. This is how to reheat pizza and not lose its crispiness in the process

How to reheat pizza and not lose its crispiness in the process

Leftover pizza makes the best breakfast ever. While I do not mind eating cold pizza most of the times, sometimes I want to restore it to its original hot, crispy and melty state. This is how you reheat it if you don't want it to become soggy.

1. In the oven

Preheat your oven and once it is up to 350°F, place your pizza in a baking pan that has already been heated. In ten minutes expect a slice of pizza that tastes as fresh as when you got it.

2. On the stove

How to reheat pizza and not lose its crispiness in the process

It is pretty much the same process but on the stove. Let a pan heat for a few minutes and toss your slice until it gets crispy.

 3. Use an air fryer

Yes, you can use the air fryer to heat your pizza. Just line the basket with aluminum foil and let it air fry for six minutes -voilá! 

Now that you know how to reheat it, here's a super easy recipe:

Aniela Dybiec

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