I have had my Reheatza now for about a month and a half. Overall, I like it, and I would purchase another if found for the discount price of $15 at Walmart.
- If used properly, it does what it says in my experience. It is for reheating, not for cooking, as others have said.
- It can take some getting used to, figuring out how to best use it with your microwave. For me, I preheat it for 2 minutes, put my food in it, and then cook it for another minute. If the food is done, or close to done, I am done with it. The bottom is very hot, and will continue to cook the food after you are done microwaving.
- It is very inefficient - it uses a lot of power from the microwave to get it ready and to use it.
My recipe for pizza slices: Preheat for 2 minutes (no cover), cook pizza in it for 1 minute with cover, let rest for 30 seconds or so, then cook for another minute with the cover. Let it rest for a couple of minutes without the cover, and the pizza crust will be just right. If you don't let it rest for the 2 minutes, the bottom of the pizza will be OK, but the upper crust is soggy.
I have used it for catfish fillets, pizza, french fries, and even tried to make toast once (it did give a little browning of the bread, but it was like a crouton because I cooked it too long).
Bottom Line: Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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