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Reheating unfrozen lasagna (whole)


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Reheating unfrozen lasagna (whole)

owen_meany | Mar 11, 2010 09:14 AM


I'm hosting a party around noon on Saturday and was going to make 2 lasagnas in advance Friday morning. My plan was to assemble and bake them per recipe, refrigerate overnight, and then reheat in time for the party.

I'm ASSuming that's a better plan than assembling them in advance but not baking them until Saturday but I'm happy to hear you beg to differ.

What's the best way to reheat the lasagna on Saturday (temp, time, how should I cover it, should I let it come to room temperature first, etc)?

I don't really have time on Saturday to assemble and bake...and I think of lasagna as something that should reheat well but otoh, I feel like I generally reheat on a piece by piece basis as opposed to the whole pan.

Your tips welcome.


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