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    If I cook fajitas tonight, can I reheat them another night? I'm trying to think if they'd go all soggy or not
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    The bread prob would go soggy yeah, fajita's are best to reheat just the things that were hot ie the meat, do the bread again in a dry pan or in the micro for like 20s or something.

    The main thing is making sure the meat is properly reheated.
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    Toast in the grill.
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      It rhymes? :mute:
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      I would cook the filling separately.
      Maybe do the wraps in the oven or something?

      I always eat them all so no need to reheat
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      Honestly, it made me so happy to see this thread amongst all the UCAS/A-level related threads! I love fajitas
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      Only wrap up the fajitas as you eat them. Refrigerate the meat/veg, and reheat that in a pan or microwave, then use the leftover tortillas.
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      Oven? Works quite well.
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      I've just had a revelation!

      Do we think it would be a success or failure if I kept the leftover ones, put them in a dish, covered them in chopped tomatoes and cheese and made them into enchiladas?

      Never cooked enchiladas before. Success or failure?
     
     
     
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