There are just some foods that taste better the second time around, after a day or so in the fridge, soaking in the delicious flavors.
Here are 11 dishes that are worth waiting for:
Stew: All of the ingredients have had time to bask in the broth, making it full of flavor.
Chili: The flavors of the spices, meats, and beans seemingly blend to perfection overnight.
Lasagna: For some reason, this pasta dish's noodles do not get soggy once re-heated. In fact, they get more delicious.
Fried Chicken: I may be a loner with this one, but I love cold fried chicken the next morning for breakfast, and oddly enough pairs wonderfully as a side to Frosted Flakes. I'm weird, I know.
Pizza: Give me cold pizza over hot any day!
Potato Salad: I like my potato salad to be super cold, so it's usually better after it's sat in the fridge overnight.
Chinese Food: Who hasn't had leftover Chinese food as a midnight snack? Yum!
Meatloaf: Whenever my mom cooked meatloaf for dinner, we'd always make sure we'd save enough to enjoy meatloaf sandwiches for lunch the next day.
Sangria: Okay, so not exactly food, but sangria is always better once the fruit has had time to get infused with alcohol and the flavors to circulate throughout.
Marinated Chicken: The more time the marinade has to soak through the meat, the better.
Salsa: The spicy flavors have had time to intermingle.
What are some foods that you enjoy better after a day or so?