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How to re-heat burgers.

So I bought two Whoopers and a Chicken Burger earlier from Burger King thinking I could finish both. However, I only finished one Whooper and one Chicken Burger. I am now hungry again. I'm not very experienced with re-heating fast-food burgers. How do you think I should attack this little problem? I don't want it to taste like balls when I eat it. I was thinking about microwaving but then it'll get really soggy.
Old 11-08-2008, 05:00 PM fullvietFX is offline  
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throw it in the microwave for a minute
Old 11-08-2008, 05:13 PM Jmag034 is offline  
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Why don't you just eat it cold
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Old 11-08-2008, 05:26 PM Topsirloin is offline  
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If theres ketchup/mayo/mustard then the buns are probably going to be soggy no matter what you do.

Best option might be to microwave the meat/cheese separately, toast the buns and then reapply the veggies.
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If theres ketchup/mayo/mustard then the buns are probably going to be soggy no matter what you do.

Best option might be to microwave the meat/cheese separately, toast the buns and then reapply the veggies.

Winner.

Fast food lettuce goes bad really quick (Subway, Taco Bell etc.) so you might be better just leaving it off.
Old 11-08-2008, 06:31 PM Adidas > * is offline  
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If no cheese, I'd use a frying pan to heat up the burger...

Alternatively, a toaster oven would work as well
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I ended up putting it in the mini-oven. It tastes better after being in there than it did after you get it from Burger King.
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Why don't you just eat it cold

i just eat them cold tbh, taste better
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dude just microwave it for 30-60 seconds. it will be fine.
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toss the produce, pan heat the burger. toast the buns slightly if you need to, microwaved bread gets tough and chewy. add fresh produce or just leave it off.
seriously though, unless it's a sirloin burger from a nice restaurant or something, why bother?
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Just wrap in a paper towel and nuke for a few seconds. Take off the lettuce if you want.
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