You’re heating your pizza wrong… the secret to keeping it crispy is an air fryer

REST Pizza is a divisive issue – some prefer to eat it cold, while others like to heat it up again.

If you like it warm and shoot it in the microwave until it gets a soggy bottom, then this hack is for you.

Leftover pizza doesn't have to be mushy when reheated the next day


Leftover pizza doesn’t have to be mushy when reheated the next dayPhoto credit: Getty

If you want your pizza to stay crispy, stay away from the microwave.

Food blogger and air fryer recipe expert Farwin Simaak told Insiders how to quickly reheat your pizza to perfection without compromising on texture.

The best part about using an air fryer over a microwave or oven is that it doesn’t get soggy or take forever to heat up.

Air fryers take about four minutes to preheat, so you won’t have to wait long for your pizza.

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First, preheat your air fryer to 350 degrees and for best results spray your pizza slice with a little oil to make it extra crispy.

Pour 1-2 teaspoons of water under the Air Fryer basket to create steam while baking your pizza.

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This way your pizza base does not dry out.

Once you’ve prepped the air fryer and your pizza slices, place them in the air fryer, making sure they don’t overlap for maximum crispiness.

Your pizza should take about four minutes to cook, but if it’s not to your liking, leave it in for as long as you like, checking the pizza every minute.

Once cooked in the air fryer, there’s no going back to the microwave.

With this hack, there are no more soggy bottoms and the cheese tastes just as good as fresh!

Did you know there are many other ways you can use your air fryer?

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Lo and behold, you can even make cakes and muffins in your air fryer and they’ll still come out as fluffy as usual.

The size of your air fryer will determine what type of cake or muffin you’re making, but you can follow this recipe for a quick and easy lemon sponge. You’re heating your pizza wrong… the secret to keeping it crispy is an air fryer

Jessica MacLeish

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