Eggrolls – order, and cook in abundance and then stare at them, thinking about the best way to reheat them. As someone who loves eating eggrolls, you won’t let them go to waste. You’ll reheat these delicious and mouthwatering delights to enjoy them later. You need to learn how to reheat an eggroll without it losing its crispiness because that’s the best part, right? Let’s learn three different ways to reheat eggrolls.
Reheat Eggrolls in the Oven
Follow these steps to reheat the eggrolls in the oven:
- Preheat your oven at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
- Use aluminum foil to line a baking sheet.
- Use a cooking spray to spray the bottom of the baking sheet to prevent eggrolls from sticking to the aluminum foil.
- Place the eggrolls on the baking sheet.
- Put the baking sheet into the oven, rotating the eggrolls about halfway to make the sides crispy.
- Check the eggrolls after 5 minutes. If they’re crispy, remove them. If they are not crispy, reheat them for an additional 2 to 5 minutes.
Reheat the Eggrolls in the Microwave
Follow these steps to reheat the eggrolls in the microwave:
- On a microwave-safe dish, place the trivet. You can also use a microwaveable bowl if you want.
- Put the eggrolls on the trivet.
- Reheat the eggrolls on high for around 30 seconds. If you’ve taken the eggrolls out of the fridge, it’ll take more time for them to reheat.
- Turn the eggrolls to the side and microwave for an additional 15 to 30 seconds on high.
- Take the eggrolls out of the microwave after they’ve become crispy and slice them to check if the filling is hot and then serve.
Reheat Eggrolls on the Stove
Follow these steps to reheat eggrolls on the stove:
- Either spray the pan with cooking spray or add a little olive oil to it.
- Put the eggrolls into the pan to heat them and the flip to heat the second side.
- Once the eggrolls are warmed, remove them and place them paper towels. The paper towels will absorb excess oil.
- Serve and enjoy.
If you’re using the microwave method to reheat the eggrolls, know that you’re in for a challenge. Reheating them in the microwave can cause the eggrolls to lose their crispiness. They become soggy, so choose the microwave method when you’re short on time.
If you’re reheating vegetable spring rolls, use these reheating methods. Since filling in spring rolls is substantial and delicate, store them by wrapping them in plastic. This will keep the spring rolls fresh when it’s time for you to reheat them. When reheating them, lower the heat setting and reduce the cooking time.
Are you ready to reheat eggrolls? If you are, you can choose one of the methods mentioned here to reheat them. If you want, you can warm them in the microwave for 1 to 2 minutes on low heat setting to warm the filling and then bake them for 10 minutes, 5 minutes each side, to make their exterior crunchy. Now that you know how to reheat an eggroll in three ways, you can enjoy these scrumptious treats any time.