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ronojo Nov 24, 2013 09:00 PM

I made 75 latkes this weekend for Thanksgivukkah and put them in the freezer. I know they should be reheated in a single layer but even with 2 ovens that's not realistic. Can I put them in baking sheets in a single layer and put the baking sheets on top of each other?

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    magiesmom RE: ronojo Nov 25, 2013 03:44 AM

    Are they all going to be served at the same moment? I do them on racks on baking sheets. 75 isn't many; they only take 10 minutes.just do them in batches.

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      mwk RE: ronojo Nov 25, 2013 10:13 AM

      They really only take a few minutes to reheat. If you really are strapped for space/time, you might consider taking a flat baking rack and doing a double deck arrangement, with half on top of the rack, and half on the baking pan. You need to leave as much air circulation as possible, so don't pile them on top of each other.

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