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Coming It is always a pleasure and there are different flavors or combinations. This beloved Italian dough with tomato sauce and the ingredients we love most is considered by millions to be the true taste of God. But, believe it or not, we heat up badly for the rest of our lives . We have a habit of putting the pieces in the microwave, When there are other ways to reheat without losing its flavor.

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Reheating pizza the next day is harder than other foods: The flour will always be like a rubber. What many do not know is that there is a home-made trick to heat the pizza, just like it is made fresh, but above all without softening the dough.

Of course, microwaves should be avoided at all costs. The Infiltration The pizza pieces are heated in a hot frying pan, Add a jet of water Then place a lid on top. How it is baked in a few seconds, resulting in a crispy dough covered with melted cheese.

Instead of heating the remaining pieces in a frying pan and steaming, we do it in the oven or microwave. The cheese will be crispy (Like cookie) and does not melt. Also, it is true that if you pour water over the pizza it will appear to get wet, but it will evaporate quickly.

American chef Tara Ipolito shares this trick on her account There he accumulates more 1.2 million followers With whom he shares all kinds of cooking hacks and cooking tips. The pizza video has over 2.7 million views and over 800 comments.

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This is not the first time Dictoker, Teaches a home trick. Recently shared by a user . Another Netizen went viral with another home remedy .

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