What ways can I reheat my Mogio's Pizza?
Reheating pizza is an under the radar delicacy. People don't usually give it much thought; however, a properly reheated pizza can make a huge difference in taste. How many times have you reheated a piece of pizza, or pieces of pizza, just to find it soggy and unappealing? Most of us just shrug our shoulders and proceed to eat it, but it's time to put a stop to that. We deserve better! Your pizza deserves better (especially a gourmet one)! There are ways to improve your pizza reheating abilities that will take some time, and some that will be quick. The reheating procedure you'd like to adopt is up to you. Please select one of the following ways to reheat your next pizza:
Microwaving pizza is the typical go-to option. It's quick, simple, and lazy--three qualities most of us adore. You can still use your microwave to reheat pizza, but just know a few more bits of info before doing so. First off, place a paper towel between the plate and the pizza. This will absorb some of the moisture, making the pizza less greasy and soppy. Secondly, you can lower the power on your microwave to enable a more gradual cook, instead of a rapid one. 50-75% power is better than 100%. Think of it as a slow roast. Lastly, enjoy the pizza! It still won't taste as good as the first time, but if you follow these basic steps, you'll find yourself enjoying a piece of pizza that is worthy of your taste buds.
Using an oven is a slower, but effective option. The general rule of thumb is to preheat your oven to 350°. Once preheated, bake it for 5 minutes and it should be good to eat. These heating instructions are general and objective, so you may have to tweak the temperature or time to ensure the pizza bakes to your standards or preferences. It is okay to place the pizza directly on the oven rack; however, be aware that this can cause the grease to leak to the bottom of the oven, making it dirty. Oven baked pizza should result in a crispier, more balanced piece of pizza.
Grilling is a unique option that few people think of when it comes to reheating pizza. It is quick and it results in a tasteful pizza. All you have to do is slap it on the grill, set the grill to medium-high heat, and let it cook. Check it every couple of minutes. Two reference points are the bottom of the pizza and the cheese. You'll want to see a few grill marks on the bottom, along with nicely melted cheese. A handful of minutes later and you're eating a quality piece of pizza, perhaps as good as the first time you tasted it.
Lastly, the use of a skillet can come in handy to best reheat pizza. This process is the best of both worlds regarding time and effectiveness. Place the skillet over medium-low heat, cook it for two minutes while covering it with either a lid or foil. Make sure its cooked to a crisp and just like that your pizza tastes delicious!
Of course, pizza tastes the best the first go-around. It's helpful to understand the best reheating techniques, but why even get to that point. Try Mogio's Pizza! We guarantee you'll be so happy with the taste of our gourmet pizzas that you won't allow for leftovers. We have five locations in Texas--Murphy, Rockwall, Celina, and Wylie. Feel free to review our menu online, or you can call any one of our locations. We look forward to serving you our delicious gourmet pizza!