Reheat Steak?


To reheat steak, it should be put in the oven. The microwave will dry it out, and the stove will cook out any remaining juices. Put a little bit of water in the bottom of a baking pan, put the steak in, and reheat it at 350 degrees F for about 15 minutes. This can vary depending on how large or thick the steak is. It can also be reheated on the stove in the water, though you want to make sure the water doesn't run out.
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