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Old 01-08-2019, 04:44 PM
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Default Reheating prime rib question

I put half of my roasted-to-medium-rare Christmas prime rib in the freezer, to save until my father could join me. It's vacuum sealed.

What is the best way to reheat it, so that it is warm, but doesn't overcook it?

Can I do sort of a DIY sous vide or something?

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Default Re: Reheating prime rib question

you need an excellently controlled temperature.



how's the oven? does it have a warm setting? what is the lowest temp you can set?
(and check that with a thermometer - ovens are notoriously wild at low temps....)


any heat more than the 130'ish for med rare will cook it to 'more done'
the theory of hot broth/stock works but only if you can control the temp - most of the time the liquid goes to a simmer or even light boil and the meat gets toasted.


put it in a low temp, takes time - thick slices 30-40 minutes.
and, sigh, you'll likely find it not as good as 'the original'
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Oh, hey, Chowder - great idea!

My super swell toaster oven goes down to 120!

Maybe wrap the meat in Saran?

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Possibly, take out of freezer and put in fridge 24 hours before for slow defrost as well.
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I'd use a covered dish of some kind - or foil. not big on the plastics+heat.
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I'd use a covered dish of some kind - or foil. not big on the plastics+heat.
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Default Re: Reheating prime rib question

Well, I took the whole chunk, still in it's Foodsaver vacuum seal bag, wrapped it in foil and put it in a 130 oven with a probe thermometer. Had to keep kicking up the oven temp, ending up at 250. Took out the meat when the internal temp. was 118.

Sliced it, and the center was still a bit pink, so call it medium-well.

Still moist, tender and delicious - just not red.

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I'm not sure it's possible to re-heat and "keep" the same doneness.

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