Reheating Pizza: The "Mauro Method"

Day-old pizza doesn't have to taste stale. The Kitchen host, Jeff Mauro, has a new trick for getting melty cheese and crispy crust. He's reheating pizza his way and sharing it with you.

Episode: Hot New Tricks

Make sure your reheated pizza is as good as when it first came out of the oven, as seen on Food Network's The Kitchen.

Photo by: David Katz, David Katz

David Katz, David Katz

Achieving perfectly reheated pizza is super easy if you follow the "Mauro Method." Just put the slice in a lightly oiled nonstick pan over medium-low heat. Seems simple, right? The key to the "Mauro Method": once the crust is sufficiently crispy, flip the pizza over for just a few seconds to "kiss" the top with heat, melting the cheese. It's almost as good as the piping hot pie that landed on your doorstep! 

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