Egg Rolls with Dipping Sauces.
The Best Way To Reheat Takeout Egg Rolls In Your Fridge
By Chase Shustack
Leftover Chinese dinner usually includes a few egg rolls, but before you toss them in the microwave, try this simple reheating method for crispy results.
Simply preheat your oven to 350 degrees, line a baking sheet with tin foil, and place your leftover egg rolls on it to cook for five minutes.
At the halfway mark, remove the egg rolls from the oven and give them a flip. This will prevent the bottom of the egg rolls from becoming soggy from any excess moisture.
You could also use this time to check if the egg rolls are sufficiently heated through or if they'll need more time to cook thoroughly.
Once the egg rolls have developed a darker golden-brown color on the wrappers, remove them and serve them as you would like.
This method is a bit time-consuming, so it’s best to reheat many egg rolls. For only a few, place them in your air fryer at 350 degrees for two minutes on each side.