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Offline Santo

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I know many people like to reheat pizza on a skillet but what if you need to reheat an entire pie or 4 slices at once? How can you pull it off without 1) Using multiple skillets at once, or 2) Heating your stone up for an hour?

What's your go-to method? Thanks!

Offline wb54885

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I always use my oven or toaster oven preheated to 350F, bake slices directly on the rack for 2-3 minutes. It’s easy to separate slices on the oven rack and reform the whole pizza on a tray when they’re done.
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Offline Pizza_Not_War

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I put them on foil in a cold oven and then heat it to 350-400F for however long it takes. Works just fine, with the knowledge that they will be different than the original bake but still excellent.

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