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The Clever Trick To Warm Bread In The Microwave For Simple Luxury
While eating warm bread is often associated with a nice meal at a restaurant, you can transform a cold loaf of bread into something special at home using only your microwave.
To prevent a loaf or slices of bread from becoming chewy, you need to microwave it with an added element of moisture, such as a bowl of water.
This can also be done by covering the bread with a moist piece of paper towel. A second dry paper towel should be layered on top of the damp one for best results.
It’s also important to set the microwave to a low or medium setting. Since different microwaves heat at varying rates, a good place to start is a cooking time of one minute.
If you’d rather not use a microwave, an oven works as well. Simply take the room-temperature loaf and then put it in an oven that has been warmed to 350 degrees.
The bread can then be heated for 5 to 10 minutes, or until the right temperature is attained. Just like reheating bread in the microwave, it’s important to keep it moist in the oven.
Sprinkle water on each slice or on the entire exterior of the loaf before you place it in the oven. Wrap the loaf in aluminum foil to keep the crust from burning, too.