Reheating Burrito in Air Fryer
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Tips and Tricks for Reheating Burrito in Air Fryer

Are you looking for a way to reheat burrito in air fryer? The good news is yes, it is actually possible to reheat burritos in the air fryer, and it has a lot of advantages as well, but you should know the correct way of doing it. 

Burritos are one of the well-liked dishes, enjoyed for their versatility, convenience and flavor. Burritos can be filled with a variety of ingredients, from traditional choices like rice, chicken, beef, beans and cheese to more unique customized ingredients with a variety of toppings as well such as cilantro and lime, guacamole etc.

In this blog post, I will advise about the steps for reheating a burrito in the air fryer. Air frying has a wealth of benefits that you won’t get from microwaving or baking, such as retaining the filling’s moisture and juice while getting a really crispy roll. Plus, air frying ramps up the health factor with up to 80% less fat than regular fried food. 

How to Reheat a Burrito in the Air Fryer?

Reheating a burrito in the air fryer is quite a simple process. Simply preheat your air fryer to 390 F for 3 mins. Then wrap the burrito in aluminum foil and put them in an air fryer basket; set the timer to 8 mins and the temperature at 350 F. After 4 mins, flip its sides for more even heating. And that’s it; you can enjoy the tasteful burritos again. 

Just remember, it is not good practice to reheat burritos at high temperatures because the extra heat can either burn them or make them taste dry. 

How to Reheat a Burrito in the Oven?

The oven is also a good alternative for reheating burritos. Although the oven is slower than the air fryer, it still t will do the job for you. Simply preheat the oven to 400 F for 6 mins. After that, place the burrito in the oven and let it there for 15 mins or until it is hot enough from all sides and ready to be served. Remember to maintain the lower temperature of 325 F while reheating them in the oven for a juicy flavor inside.

How to Reheat a Burrito in the Microwave Oven?

A microwave oven cooks quicker than an air fryer, and it is another good option for reheating burritos. You can wrap the burritos in aluminum foil or place them in microwave without foil, its up to you but both works fine. If you are reheating in microwave without foil, make sure to coat the burrito with small portion of water or cooking oil. Finally put it inside the microwave and set the temperature to 325 for 6 mins. Take it out and serve.

How Long do I Reheat a Burrito in the Air Fryer?

This will depend on the thickness of the burrito you want to reheat. A Normal size burrito will take 8 mins, but a thicker one can take 10-12 mins. 

Do I need to Add Oil?

No, there is no need to add oil when reheating the burrito in the air fryer. Simply wrap the burrito in aluminum foil and then reheat it; in this way, it won’t be stuck to the air fryer’s bottom.

How do I Reheat a Chipotle Burrito in the Air Fryer?

Chipotle burrito is thicker and more dense, and that’s why it requires slightly more reheating time. The reheating process in the air fryer is same, put the chipotle burrito in the air fryer, set a lower temperature of 340 F and set the timer to 10 mins. 

Tips for Reheating Burritos in the Air Fryer

First, different air fryers have different power capacity and some cooks more quicker than others. That’s why keep a constant check after placing burritos in the air fryer. I suggest let them reheat for first four minutes and then keep checking on them after every two minutes.

Second, check the main ingredients inside the burrito, a beef or chicken-dense burrito will take more time than one with most veggies.

Third, consider the size of the burrito; a bigger size will take more time as compared to a smaller one.

Fourth, if you are taking the burrito from the fridge directly, it means it’s cold and hence it will take more time.

You can also use an internal thermometer to check the inside temperature of burritos.

What is the Best Way to Reheat a Burrito?

Using an air fryer to reheat the burrito is the best way. With an air fryer, you can get a perfect burrito every time. The air fryer brings back the original taste and texture of your burrito just like it was freshly made. While air frying isn’t as quick as using a microwave, it won’t compromise taste; microwaves tend to make burritos soggy, while air frying keeps their crunch and juices.

Although you can use both an air fryer and microwave for reheating a burrito and the microwave is quicker than an air fryer, but the downside is that it will make the burrito a little soggy. On the other hand, an air fryer takes a little more time, but the results are better than the microwave. So, I would prefer to use an air fryer.

Is it Safe to Reheat a Burrito with Sour Cream?

You can reheat the burrito with sour cream, but I don’t recommend that. You don’t want to make a mess when you reheat a burrito with sour cream. To reheat the burrito, I recommend air frying it or baking it in the oven without sour cream. Once you have reheated the burrito alone, then add your sour cream back into the wrap, cover it with aluminum foil and enjoy!

Can you Reheat a Burrito with Rice?

Yes, you can reheat the burrito with rice. Reheating a burrito with rice is doable but should be done with some caution. It’s best to remove the rice and other fillings in a burrito, then reheat the burrito in the air fryer or microwave. Similarly, reheat the fillings and rice that you removed from the burrito separately. Then put the fillings again inside the burrito and repack it with aluminum foil. This is the best and safe way to thoroughly reheat the burrito with rice. 

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Ab Chaudhary

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Hi, my name is Basit Ali. I’m a cooking enthusiast who loves trying out new recipes in the kitchen! I also like to upgrading my kitchen accessories from time-to-time with all sorts of interesting gadgets for making food prep easier and more convenient than ever before.

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