How to Bring Your Pizza Back to Life Using a Skillet
If you believe in grilled cheese sandwiches, you believe in pizza reheated in a skillet. This school of thought is hardly original, as a Google search will bring up multiple images of warm pizza cooking on the stove top. However, for those like myself who’ve been ignorant to this leftover hack until now, read on.
If you need convincing, consider Tom Scocca’s elegant grilled cheese to skillet-reheated pizza parallel. As he explains, the cheese between two slices of soft buttered bread in a skillet over medium heat will result in a perfectly crispy exterior while the cheese in the middle melts. Now, apply this theory to cold, leftover pizza on the skillet. Rather than getting microwaved cheese goo on stale bread, pizza reheated on a skillet will give you pizza with hot, melted cheese and a crispy crust.
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