How Do I Reheat a Previously Cooked Lobster?

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There are two ways one can reheat previously cooked lobster. The best way to reheat lobster is on the grill over low heat with lemon and butter. Lobster can also be reheated in a 350 degree oven for five to ten 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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Bring water to a rolling boil and drop the lobster for exactly 2 minutes.
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Either drop it in boiling water for a few minutes, or steam it for a few minutes.
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I would seal it in heavy foil with some moisture inside. Then I would put a second layer of foil on this. Place it in an oven about 200F. Pull out after 20 minutes or so.
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The best way to reheat previously cooked lobster is by poaching it in butter or reheating it for only three minutes in a preheated 375 degree oven. Other cooking methods, such as microwaving or steaming will overcook the lobster. It is crucial that you are careful in the reheating process. Lobster gets rubbery easily. A quick saute is also an option, but again, no more than three minutes. Not only does it reheat quickly, if the pan or oven is hot enough, it will be perfect when you are ready to eat.
You can reheat a previously cooked lobster in the microwave. You can also stick it in the oven for about 5 minutes. You can place it on the stove in a covered pan for 5 minutes.
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