Reheating Leftovers Guide

Use these tips to have leftovers taste just as good the second time around. Check out some simple ways to reheat your food without the mess from Reynolds® Parchment Paper and Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil.

Foil Packets:

Reynolds® Parchment Paper is a useful, versatile tool for all corners of your kitchen. Let Reynolds Real Moms® Finalist Karen Petersen show you how parchment paper can make even a simple task like reheating lasagna in the microwave easier and save on the mess.

Foil Packets are a quick, easy way to heat up leftover food. To make a foil packet, cut a square of Reynolds Wrap® Aluminum Foil large enough to fit your food. Place food in the center of the foil and fold up the sides to meet at the top, creating a crease to secure. Leave an inch of space between food and the top of the foil. Place into oven or on the grill until food is warm and ready to serve.

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Reheating Pizza:

Bring your pizza back to life with Reynolds Wrap® Non-Stick Foil. Wrap leftover pizza in foil. When you’re ready to reheat, simply open the foil and heat in the oven. Warm until the crust gets crisp. When you’re done, simply toss the foil and enjoy!

Tortillas:

Having tacos for dinner? Seal a stack of store-bought tortillas in a foil packet. Toss it on the grill (or bake in the oven) and in a few minutes they’ll be as warm and inviting as fresh, homemade tortillas.

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