Hi I’m Joe Cannon and welcome to the rookie cook in the famous fairy tale Goldilocks and the three bears Goldilocks breaks into someone’s house eats their food breaks, their belongings, and recite sleeps in their bed. Although Goldilocks commits a felony, she does teach us a very important lesson.
Finding the right temperature for food can be difficult, and, and if you break into someone’s house of a bear, Willie anyways today, you’re going to learn how to reheat your food.
To get it just right, this is the room.
How many times have you gone to read something to either find that it was still too cold in the middle or too hot and dry too many times to count? Probably well pay attention because the rookie cook is here to help you for foods like pizza, roasts or large casseroles.
You’re going to want to reheat using the, and you want to set the temperature at about 350 degrees.
This is going to take longer than the microwave, but for these types of foods it’s the best option we’ve got and unless you have the heat vision, otherwise just stick it in there and shut the door for larger portions of vegetables, pasta or Rice, you want to eat using the stovetop again.
This is going to take a bit longer than the microwave, but it’s gonna, be worth it to reheat on the stovetop place the food in a pot for about 1 4 cups of water or wine or broth whatever this is going to keep your food from drying out and tasting super nasty gross cover and cook for about 20 to 25 minutes on medium-low heat be sure to check throughout because again you don’t want to give super nasty gross and, of course, the third method of reheating is using.
The microwave, if you live in the modern world, your microwave probably has a button to help guide you in that process.
But if you don’t have that luxury.
Just remember that reading in the microwave is designed for smaller portions of vegetables, soups, or casseroles. You also want the power of your microwave to be around 70, allowing ventilation reheat your food for the appropriate amount of time be sure to check the food regularly and don’t leave your spoon in the dish.
While we’re eating it, because I did that once and not good, unlike Goldilocks, you don’t have to commit a crime to find the food.
That is just right.
Thanks for watching the rookie cook, I’m Joe Bennett.
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Proof, unlike Goldilocks, you don’t, have to commit to crime to find the broth of fruit.