The Best Way to Warm Up Leftovers
It's truly an art!
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With the kids back in school and your routine getting back to normal, you're probably finding yourself eating more and more leftovers.
No matter what you're heating up, the most important thing is to make sure it's heated all the way through to an internal temperature of 165 degrees Fahrenheit—don't eat lukewarm food, as it could contain dangerous bacteria. The general rule is that your food should either be cold or hot, not somewhere in between.
Whether you're enjoying the fruits of your meal prepping, or a slice of pizza from the night before, here's how to reheat whatever you're eating.
And while you're at it, here's How to Properly Handle Leftovers.
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This multi-colored Rainbow Shrimp Pasta is utterly delicious, and sure to impress when you serve it up!
- 2 oz red spaghetti
- 2 oz green spaghetti
- 2 cups shrimp
- 1/2 cup cream cheese
- Boil the red and green spaghetti separately in salted water until al dente.
- Fry the shrimp in a pan with plenty of salt, pepper and paprika.
- Add 1/2 cup of cream cheese, and stir through until combined.
- Arrange the cooked spaghetti in an alternating pattern on a plate.
- Top with the creamy shrimp sauce
- Garnish, and serve!