Reheating Food And Leftovers

The best way to reheat food depends on the type of food because there are a few different ways to reheat it and have it taste just as good as if it were freshly made.

For example:

  • Baked goods can be microwaved for a short time with a cup of water to retain moisture.
  • Soups and stews reheat well on the stove over low heat.
  • Fried foods are best reheated in the oven, so they don’t get soggy.
  • And delicate foods like fish are best reheated in foil, so they don’t dry out.

Following these simple tips, you can enjoy your leftovers without sacrificing taste or texture.