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[Domino's Pizza] Dominos Pizza 50% off any pizza at regular menu price

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Richfields wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:15 pm
Freeze and reheat all the time. Just wrap em well.
Yeap! Drizzle some olive oil in a pan, add pizza and cover. Pan fried pizza warmed up taste amazing
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Quentin5 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:16 pm
Reheat how?
Microwave or oven and for how long?
Ideally I use a toaster oven, but any heat source will do (just some better than others). Doesn't take long at 325 or so. I also sometimes freeze the night I get them and then take them with me on work trips. Eat it cold, easy lunch that doesn't require prep or cleanup.
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Richfields wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:15 pm
Freeze and reheat all the time. Just wrap em well.
Toad99 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:20 pm
Yeap! Drizzle some olive oil in a pan, add pizza and cover. Pan fried pizza warmed up taste amazing
Richfields wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:22 pm
Ideally I use a toaster oven, but any heat source will do (just some better than others). Doesn't take long at 325 or so. I also sometimes freeze the night I get them and then take them with me on work trips. Eat it cold, easy lunch that doesn't require prep or cleanup.
Thanks for the replies, I just wasn't sure how this would hold up with Domino's pizzas. I'm sold. I'll order for Thursday or Friday as I already have food for most of the week. In Ottawa, the medium pan extravaganza pizza comes to $9 - $9.75 before tax. Yum!

I'll try wrapping individually in saran wrap and sticking them in a Ziploc freezer bag. Then I can treat it just like other frozen pizzas. Hopefully the pizza being pan won't make a difference.

I've reheated cold (not frozen) pizza on a non-stick pan before, on medium-low to medium, with no oil. Then I lightly cover with foil and let the cheese remelt. The bottom stays crispy. Think this would especially work well with the pan pizza because it's already so oily. Convention oven at 325 sounds good too, and you don't have to watch it as much. Microwave is probably the least tasty option here.
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Richfields wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:22 pm
Ideally I use a toaster oven, but any heat source will do (just some better than others). Doesn't take long at 325 or so. I also sometimes freeze the night I get them and then take them with me on work trips. Eat it cold, easy lunch that doesn't require prep or cleanup.
Cool, thanks
I assume 10 mins at 325º is sufficient?
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Toad99 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:20 pm
Yeap! Drizzle some olive oil in a pan, add pizza and cover. Pan fried pizza warmed up taste amazing
Pan works well and if anyone has an air fryer, that works very well too.
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I usually microwave the pizza (wait wait wait I'm not done yet!) just to get everything warm, and then put it in the toaster oven to get crisp. Otherwise it has to stay in the toaster oven for a long time, and the edges might start to get burnt before all the toppings get warm. YUM.
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ElenaA265 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 10:55 am
Omg, this is so tempting. I usually get notified by their emails but for some reason I didn't get one for this promo. The code is applying properly on all the locations in Ottawa near me.

On another note, has anyone tried freezing Dominos pizza before and how was it when heated up? Would be great if anyone had experience with the pan pizza (extravaganza) specifically.
Richfields wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:15 pm
Freeze and reheat all the time. Just wrap em well.
This is the first time in my life I'm hearing of people freezing and reheating fast food pizza. How long are you keeping it in the freezer and is it good when reheated??
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Thanks OP.

The code 8700 in the main posting should work for all. If it doesn't and if the link on the main Domino's website page also doesn't work, try CAG5014.
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ReeGee wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 5:06 pm
This is the first time in my life I'm hearing of people freezing and reheating fast food pizza. How long are you keeping it in the freezer and is it good when reheated??
Provided it's well wrapped, months. I will freeze 2 pieces per wrap so it's easy to bring for lunch, or sometimes I will put a whole pizza in a large ziplock freezer bag and toss that in the freezer and then take it out with me for work and it thaws in the fridge. Didn't think it was that rare of a thing
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Quentin5 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:56 pm
Cool, thanks
I assume 10 mins at 325º is sufficient?
I think so, I think I put a 10 min timer on and then check on it. If you go much higher in temp I find it can dry out/burn the edges so I go a bit lower for longer to even it out
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ElenaA265 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 10:55 am
Omg, this is so tempting. I usually get notified by their emails but for some reason I didn't get one for this promo. The code is applying properly on all the locations in Ottawa near me.

On another note, has anyone tried freezing Dominos pizza before and how was it when heated up? Would be great if anyone had experience with the pan pizza (extravaganza) specifically.
Once the pizza has cooled down be it room temp just put it on a plate or ziplock bag and put into the freezer. I recommend freezing each pizza slice for at least 10-15mins individually before stacking them up. I also recommend having some aluminum foil or parchment paper or waxed paper or screw all that and RFD'er it by getting like 10-12 produce bags from the grocery store while you're grocery shopping and use that to separate the pizza slices.

If you get most of the air out of the ziplock bags then you will have less ice crystals on the pizza. You would be good 1 month if you just used produce bags instead of ziplock bags. I find 2-3 months with ziplock bags before I get a lot of ice crystals. Now if you vaccum sealed it can go the distance without any ice crystals on it for a year.


Quentin5 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 4:16 pm
Reheat how?
Microwave or oven and for how long?
You can microwave the pizza with a lid on the plate for 20-30seconds then put into a toaster oven at 350F for about 5 mins to crisp up the bottom. Alternatively you can use a frying pan with a lid and crisp up the bottom that way as well. I have done both and have gotten a a crispy bottom and oozing cheeze. You may need to add a little more time to the microwave time I mentioned as everyones microwave power is different. My times are for IIRC 1200W.

Also would recommend getting an oven thermometer to know what your oven temp is producing when you put it to the labeled temp. Like for me my toaster oven is off by 50F below the listed setting. It is handy to have but you can always ask around and see who has one to loan you. It's good to check every once in a while how true the temp you set on the oven to the temp inside. Once you know the temp difference write it down and stick in on the oven so you know next time you are baking to adjust accordingly.
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Richfields wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 6:28 pm
Provided it's well wrapped, months. I will freeze 2 pieces per wrap so it's easy to bring for lunch, or sometimes I will put a whole pizza in a large ziplock freezer bag and toss that in the freezer and then take it out with me for work and it thaws in the fridge. Didn't think it was that rare of a thing
lol I'm quite honestly blown away that this idea is being discussed so casually. I've obviously heard of boxed frozen pizza at the grocery store, but stocking up and freezing already cooked fast food pizza is unheard of to me

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