How do I re-heat onion rings without them getting soggy?!

Question: How do I re-heat onion rings without them getting soggy?
We went to a restaurant last night that had really good onion rings and we took the leftover ones home in a box. However, I know that if I microwave them they will probably turn into a soggy mess.


Put them in a preheated oven at 400F degrees. The outside will crisp as they warm. Put them in for about 10 minutes

I wouldent try eating them after 6 hrs because even if you heat em up they will still eb a bit soggy and not crispy. and also onions do tend to rot at the same rate and with the batter around the onions it could be worse. so be aware before you pop it in your mouth

In a PREHEATED 400 degree oven for seven minutes.

Place them in a single layer on a baking sheet, and reheat them in a slow oven (200-250) for 15-20 minutes.

Toaster oven

Put them in the oven on 350 just until you see them start to sizzle.

Depends how powerful your oven is; otherwise the only way to do it, is to re-fry them.

bake them a little. enuff to get them to the temp you want i guess. i do this with left over pizza;)

use a cooling rack over a cookie sheet

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