THE pizza-lover was slammed online after he ordered people to use a cast iron pan to heat up their cold slices
A MAN caused uproar among pizza fans after claiming the best way to heat up your leftover slices is in a FRYING PAN.
Paul Kita was slammed after he ordered people to ditch the microwave when warming their cold pies the morning after the night before.
A man caused uproar among pizza fans after claiming the best way to heat up your leftover slices is in a FRYING PAN
He told Mens Health: “Microwaves heat unevenly, and this is especially true when applied to pizza.
“Pizza reheated in the microwave is flabby and gummy and grotesque and leaves you feeling like less of a human.”
Paul said pizza-lovers should put their slices in a cast iron pan, on a medium heat, with the lid on.
He explained that the pan would help “re-melt” the cheese while the heat will “resuscitate this crispness” of the crust.
However, not everyone was impressed with his new hot take.
One man wrote: “Just reheat it in the oven for 10 minutes. Pizzerias do that all the time and it tastes delicious.”
Another said: “Reheat? Preposterous!! Everybody knows cold pizza rocks.”
One woman said: “Microwave for 1 minute and it’s good to go.”
Another man said: “Noooope, cooking it this way still makes your pizza soggy, chuck it in the oven the way it’s meant to be cooked.”
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But some pie fans agreed with Paul and said it was the only way to re-create that straight out of the oven taste.
One wrote: “A little butter in a pan on low heat, covered…5 mins later, cheese is nice and gooey with a buttery crust.
Another said: “Well I tried it this way and omg i am sold. It worked perfectly.”
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Pizza fans were divided about the best wait to heat up a left over slice
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