What temperature would you use to reheat pot pie?

It's not the traditional pie crust style crust. It's a crescent topping. But it is very much pot pie ingredients-wise.
I was wondering if 350 would be the right choice.
Also, could you estimate how long it would take to reheat?
Thanks!
Michelle

  • Posted by: mishale
  • March 1, 2011
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drbabs March 1, 2011

I reheat it at 350.

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drbabs March 1, 2011

Oh, sorry, I missed the rest of your question. Is it frozen? If not, about 20-25 minutes depending on the size. If so, hard to say. Could be over an hour.

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mishale
mishale March 1, 2011

drbabs,
Thank you for your answer.
It's not frozen, I just wanted to reheat something I cooked a couple nights ago.
I appreciate your help :)

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drbabs March 1, 2011

It's my pleasure. I love how we help each other on the magic pickle!

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Anitalectric March 1, 2011

At the restaurant we keep the oven set to 450 to reheat food. It is better to do short time at high temp so it doesn't dry out.

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nutcakes March 2, 2011

That's interesting Anitalectric, I've not tried that method, I usually try the slow and low to be gentle. But your method would help me when I am doing quantity cooking. I am doing large pans at a time. Are you doing one serving or a large pan?: Thanks for any more information. I make a complete lunch for 30 once a month and the logistics are imporant to me, as well as food safety.

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