How to Reheat Lobster?

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You can reheat lobster by placing it in the oven or back on the grill. It will be rubbery tasting if you put it in the microwave. You can heat it in the oven for about 15 minutes to heat thoroughly.
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1. Heat leftover lobster in water or wine over medium heat until it simmers. Test the temperature of the lobster meat and verify that the meat has reached 165 degrees Fahrenheit.
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stick it in the microwave.
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How were they cooked the first time? If they are just plain boiled, then just let them come to room temp. and put them into boiling water. If they were broiled, and possibly stuffed
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How to Reheat Lobster
Lobster leftovers, like all shellfish, requires refrigeration within an hour after cooking to keep it safe for eating at a later meal. Lobster will remain fresh for up to two days in the refrigerator, but for longer-term storage, it should be frozen.... More »
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To reheat cold lobster, place it in foil paper and wrap tightly and then put it in a preheated oven of about 350 degrees for about 18 minutes. If you want the lobster to be moist, crack it and add butter before wrapping in foil. For more information look here: www.lobsterfreshdirect.com;
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