How to make it

  • Put non-stick pan on stove, over medium heat.
  • Place pizza slices in pan side by side. Stacking is not an option.
  • Leave the pizza alone until it feels warm to the touch on top. In other words, stick your finger on it.
  • I have an electric stove and little patience for it. I turn the burner on full blast and throw the pizza in. At the first slight sizzling sound I turn the burner to 4 (on a scale of 1 to 10).
  • It takes around five to seven minutes depending on the thickness of the pizza.
  • The result is pizza at least as good as it was the first time around. I like it better because of the wonderful toasted taste from the bottom of the crust. It reminds me of the brick ovens they use in the historic pizza joints in NYC.

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    " It was excellent "
    mrtnzangel8 ate it and said...
    I like it too. I also do like ourruffie does.
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    " It was excellent "
    notyourmomma ate it and said...
    Microwaves just kill leftover pizza. This is a winning tip. Great.
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  • dynie 9 years ago
    That sounds good. I put it right on the oven rack at 400*, or on a pan.

    You are right, it's so much like its fresh state when keeping it out of that microwave!
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  • cabincrazyone 9 years ago
    You're right, Ruffie. This is definitely a one person operation.
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  • ourruffie 9 years ago
    Have tried this and it works well if you don't have a lot of pizza left over. Another opt. is .... turn oven on to 350, put pizza on foil, place in over while it is still heating. By the time the oven is hot the pizza is ready. Not as crusty on the bottom but faster and can heat more pizza at one time.
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