How do you reheat a frittata? That’s a pretty serious question to ask, because trying to heat up this egg dish can be easy, but if you can make a mistake and mess it up if you overdo it in the microwave. Regardless, you can take a look at the quick guide below that will highlight the best options available to you.
Try the Microwave
Even though I am not a fan of the microwave, it could be the quickest option available when it comes to reheating your frittata. You need to be very careful, because if you reheat it too much, the frittata could come out super rubbery, simply because the microwave and egg-based dishes are not a good combination. However, if you just find that sweet spot where it is heated up perfectly, then you should be good.
- Place the frittata in a microwave safe container
- Cover with a damp paper towel.
- Zap it for 15-30 seconds or until heated up fully.
- Be careful not to overheat it, as it could come out rubbery and disgusting.
As you can see, simple and to the point, nothing that will take a long time. A couple of seconds and you are done.
The perfect option for reheating and warming up your frittata is definitely the often. It will take a longer time, but it will come all perfect and it would definitely be worth the wait.
- What you will need to do is preheat the oven to 350°F.
- After that put the frittata in an oven safe dish and cover with aluminum foil.
- Place inside the oven and allow it to reheat for about 20 to 25 minutes (depending on if it was in the fridge or the heating efficiency of the oven).
- If it is not fully reheated after 20 minutes, you can leave it in there for a couple more minutes ensure that it is well done.
- Once it is steaming hot, you can take out, serve and enjoy.