If you want to reheat garlic bread in the air fryer then I must say you are not going to regret that decision at all. Today, I tried reheating some stuffed garlic bread from Dominos and I must say the results were so good.
Air fryer is not just healthy but it also has its own benefits and one of them being that you can easily cook food without using too much oil.
Another reason I love reheating garlic bread in air fryer is that it makes the bread slightly crispy which is my favourite texture on a garlic bread.
The nice crispy bread along with the juicy garlic butter and some cheese dip.
Reaheating garlic bread in the air fryer is one of the best ways as you do not need to intervene during the cooking time which is essential when you are using other cooking methods.
So, let’s look at these easy steps that can help you reheat your garlic bread as you like.
Reaheating Garlic Bread in Air fryer
Step 1– Since I had kept my garlic bread in the refrigerator and not the freezer, I just took it out and directly placed it in the air fryer basket. You can use parchment paper in the air fryer basket if you do not want to clean it after every use.
Step 2- Set the Air fryer temperature to 150degree celsius and then the timer to 3 minutes. I cook my garlic bread for 4 minutes since I like it extra crispy but if you want just a decent crisp on your bread then 3 minutes is a good time.
Step 3- Now listen to some music while your garlic bread reheats and pull out the air fryer basket and enjoy your reheated garlic bread!
This entire process takes about 3-4 minutes.
Now, this picture above might look like the garlic bread is dry and it was because it as nice and crisp and the reason I got there is because I went for the maximum temperature setting on my air fryer and left it for 5 minutes.
This is the reason I strongly suggest going for 160-175 degree celsius and not more than 4 minutes when reheating garlic bread!
If you have frozen garlic bread then you might want to follow these additional steps-
How to reheat Frozen Garlic Bread Sticks in Air fryer
There are times when I order a lot from Do
mino’s and I store all the garlic bread in the freezer since it lasts longer. If you do the same then I recommend letting the garlic bread sit out for 3-4 hours.
Usually 3 hours does the trick and once you reach to a point where your garlic bread is not stiff then you can go ahead and reheat it.
You can even try shoving it directly inside the air fryer and I personally liked the results, so let me know if you try this impatient way!
Just make sure if you are not thawing the garlic bread to reheat it at a lower temperature first for a few minutes to thaw it a bit and then go with higher temperature settings.
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