Can I make them today and reheat to serve tomorrow?
Rebecca is Food52's Director of Customer Care
Hi there Jacquelinef -- seems to be a recipe that's rather forgiving, in my opinion. To keep them rather intact, gently reheat them the day of over a low flame. They will loose most of their structure and turn a bit jammy. Hope this helps!
Kristen is the Creative Director of Food52
Great idea, Rebecca!
Yes, absolutely. They'll probably stay intact best if you can reheat them in a low oven (200-250F) covered with foil or a lid, maybe with an extra splash of water if the sauce is looking dry. Or you could gently microwave, if the oven is occupied, no big deal!
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