I anticipate having leftover homemade gnudi. Can I reheat it? If so, what's the best way? (would like to bring it in for lunch but would only have a microwave!)
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Hi AIS-- The only issues I can think of are that an emulsified sauce may break when you reheat, and that the gnudi will be overcooked if they were already done and then are heated more. Neither seems like a huge problem for leftovers. What's in them? I would just reheat in the microwave if that's all you'll have.
Thank you! It's just ricotta, egg, parmasean, flour, and spices
Just keep refrigerated in meantime & should be fine! Cheeses/sauce will probably break, oh well. Sounds like great leftovers, buon appetito.
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