When it comes to next-day pizza,
consumers are left with a decision.
Eat the slice cold or pop it in the microwave
and suffer a soggy, lukewarm eating experience.
According to a blog post from Domino’s
Australia, there’s a way to work around
the miserable reheating process.
“To prevent a soggy slice, add a half-full cup
of water to the microwave with your pizza
and heat for around 30 seconds. Crispiness
not guaranteed, but worth a shot”.
A YouTube channel for Handyman Magazine tried to
push the hack as a way to “perfectly” reheat pizza in
the morning, but commenters were having none of it.
“Nonsense,” one commenter posted.
“I did this and it does not work".
“Made the pizza worse,”
another person replied.
Nino Martinez, the owner of Milly’s Pizza
in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn told The Post that he
completely disagreed with Domino’s theory.
“You put it in the microwave? Forget
about that,” he said. “Whatever you put
in the microwave becomes soggy”.
Martinez went as far to say that he “hates
microwaves” and that when he first opened
Milly’s Pizza he threw out all the microwaves.
A culinary trick from Domino’s Japan is
to cut off the crusts of leftover pizza and
turn them into homemade churros.
Fry them up in butter in a
pan and add icing sugar, and you’ve
got a sweet and salty snack