Reheating Lasagna

How long do you heat a medium tin of homemade frozen lasagna that has already been cooked. At what temperature? Also should it be covered or uncovered?

By Jo from Buffalo, NY

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March 31, 20090 found this helpful

This works for a casual meal. I don't reheat the entire pan. What I do is to take out pieces and put them on each persons plate. Then, I reheat individual plates in the microwave, covered with a microwaveable lid. If the lasagna piece is too wide or thick, I'll cut it in half, so it can heat faster.

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March 31, 20090 found this helpful

Heating or reheating lasagna is all the same, you are just heating it through. You really should defrost in the fridge before, makes it easier to get to the middle.

Cover with a Pam sprayed piece of foil, cook at 350' till the tip of a sharp knife in the middle comes out hot, then take off the foil and either brown in the 350 or throw the boiler on for a few minutes to brown up the cheese.

Heating in the micro works, but tends to make the outsides crunchy and dry and can really overheat it.

HTH

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