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Reheating lasagne?

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GorierTechnicolarghhhhh Mon 22-Oct-12 09:00:18

I made a bolognese sauce on Friday, then used it for lasagne last night. Still got half the lasagne left, is it safe to heat up again - which means the bolognese will have been reheated twice?

dreamingofsun Mon 22-Oct-12 10:28:38

so you've cooled it on friday and then heated up again for lasagne and cooled again. if thats correct i wouldn't but then i'm very paranoid. if you do, i would make sure its really really piping hot. but since its not something that is very expensive i wouldn't risk it

jenduck Mon 22-Oct-12 10:34:33

I would absolutely reheat it, especially if it is for healthy adults, but then I am known for having a complete disregard for best before dates on food & also a stomach of iron! I would just make sure you reheat it very thoroughly.

arghhelpme Mon 22-Oct-12 10:41:37

I would reheat it, knowing me i'd probably even eat it cold. Only thing i don't like to reheat is rice unless its from the day before chinese takeaway.

GrimmaTheNome Mon 22-Oct-12 10:45:16

Yes, this is what usually happens if I make lasagne. No ill effects ever.

To ensure its re-heated thoroughly, I give it a good go in the microwave to get it really hot and then finish off in the oven to get the top nice again.

GorierTechnicolarghhhhh Mon 22-Oct-12 11:17:35

Ok, hmmm, yes. I'm quite paranoid too, maybe I'll just do it for me and dh, and give the boys something else. Don't have a microwave btw.!

GrimmaTheNome Mon 22-Oct-12 13:08:55

Its quite hard to adequately re-heat something baked in the oven without it ending up overcooked, IMO.

PolterGoose Mon 22-Oct-12 19:21:38

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