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I’ll admit, when it comes to take out, I’m an over-orderer. What I mean is that I always order way more food than I can actually eat in one sitting, but that also means that I always have tasty leftovers (which I swear, half of the time that’s my plan).
Pizza is usually my go-to, but anyone who has tried reheating pizza in the microwave knows that the crust gets soggy. You can preheat the oven and take 15 minutes to get that crispy crust and melty cheese, or you could try the Reheatza Microwave Crisper and get the job done in less than 5 minutes.
Without sounding too much like a corny TV informercial, this $22 kitchen tool (and life saver!) will help reheat your food and keep it crispy and delicious in a matter of minutes.
Shop: Reheatza Microwave Crisper, $21.99
According to its product description, “The Reheatza is made using a microwave safe pan, and once you microwave it, the pan absorbs most of the heat and cooks the pizza like it was in a frying pan.”
The pan will heat up to 400° F to sear your food. Once you’re done, let it cool and wash it off. While you can’t toss this tool in the dishwasher, it’s has a non-stick surface, so any stuck on food should easily wash off.
The brand also suggests using it for heating up grilled cheese sandwiches, french fries, chicken nuggets, quesadillas and other foods best served fried or crisped.
One reviewer on Walmart called the Reheatza “a winner” and said that “it really does keep the crust crisp. I reheated a piece of pizza and it was great. Generally the crust is doughy and soggy when reheated — this was just right and delicious.”
Another benefit to this baddie is that you can also heat up frozen foods. Another reviewer on Walmart said, “It not only makes leftover pizza crispy, it makes crispy frozen pizza and fries and onion rings and superb grilled cheese, worth the price I paid. Love it!”
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