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Reheating Leftover Pizza In A Frying Pan/Skillet

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Uploaded on May 11, 2011

UPDATE: Note that this was an early attempt of mine at doing this. I've since refined my method for better results. First off, I probably won't do it with frozen pizza any more. Also, I've lowered the temperature to low-medium and covered the skillet to let it heat more evenly over a slightly longer time. Sorry if anyone has watched this video and burned their pizza!

Leftover pizza is always a great food--whether it's eaten cold or heated up. If you are going to heat it up though, there are a few options. Using an oven or toaster oven is pretty effective, but takes a while--and it takes a lot of energy to heat up an entire oven for a few slices of pizza. Using the microwave is the quickest method, but the taste suffers. Not only that, but the crust tends to be on the soggy side.

Heating pizza up in a frying pan or skillet on medium-low heat actually makes the crust crisper than it was when the pizza first came out of the oven! It's a delicious alternative heating method that actually doesn't take all that much longer than putting it in the microwave (with much better results)!

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