Can I reheat cooked lobster?

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Cooked lobster can be reheated through a variety of methods that preserves its taste and texture. The recommended methods include steaming, microwaving, grilling and baking.

Steaming the cooked lobster is accomplished either by adding the lobster to a dedicated steamer or to a stockpot with 2 inches of boiling water for approximately five minutes. To use a microwave to steam cooked lobster, a small open container of water is placed next to the lobster, and it is heated in one-minute increments until done. Grilled or baked cooked lobsters are wrapped tightly in foil with water and butter added and are cooked for five to 10 minutes.

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1. Leave the lobster in the refrigerator overnight if it needs to thaw or place it in a sealed, airtight plastic bag and run under warm water. 2. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F
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To cook a lobster get a pot big enough for the lobster to fit in. Boil some water that you need to season how every you want it and put the lobster in the boiling water.
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To steam lobsters, cook them, covered, in a steamer basket above boiling water. They will
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I wouldn't recommend re-heating it at all. If you have 'left-overs' - store it in the fridge for no more than a day - and eat it cold.
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