Best Ways to Reheat pizza hut pasta


Bake them

Grab an oven-safe bowl or pan and the aluminum pan containing the pasta. From the aluminum pan, remove the desired quantity of pasta and transfer it to the oven-safe container (do not cover).

Spreading the pasta so that it forms a thin layer. This will help cook and crisp the pasta evenly and quickly.

Bake them

Let the pasta bake for about 10 minutes. Keep checking on the pasta while baking. If you haven’t spread your pasta in a thin layer, you may need to stir it frequently to distribute the heat evenly. 

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