Reheat Pizza on stone

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    I know this has been discussed and is a no-brainer, but we usually reheat our pizza on a plate in the microwave, and I finally remembered to preheat the oven before we're ready to eat... problem is, I'm not totally sure what temp and how long.... does anyone know?

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    I usually reheat pizza at 350 for about 10 minutes or until it looks hot and good. THat's just me and it's a personal preference but it works for me. Hope that helps.

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    What I usually do is put my pizza on the stone. Put the stone in a cold oven. Turn the temp to 250 - 300 degrees. My oven beeps when it's reached the set temp, which usually takes about 10 minutes. I generally give it another 5 minutes. Basically, when I can smell it, it's ready.

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    Yep, what they said!

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    Quote Quote by raebates View Post
    Basically, when I can smell it, it's ready.
    When I can smell it, it's usually well done!

    I love pizza reheated on the stone. It's one of the reasons I bought my stone, long before I became a consultant.

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    Your oven must have a tighter seal than mine. I can smell mine just about the time the cheese gets good and gooey.

    I'm making myself hungry.

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    The best way I have found is to heat it slightly in the microwave (just enough to take the chill off, but not warm it) and then throw it in a 350 oven for about 10 minutes.

    Times when I have tried to reheat it only in the oven, it has overheated. BUT: I never thought to throw it in there while the oven was preheating! That may work even better!

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    Wow! Thanks guys! Great tips... the whole thing of putting it in the cold oven is perfect, because I never think ahead enough to preheat, so that'll work great. I'm not sure how it turned out this time because after I put it in the oven I had to leave so my husband got to try it out. But I'll definitely try it in the cold oven next time. Thank you!!!!

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