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How do you reheat leftover meat from a roast dinner...

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phdlife Mon 08-Sep-08 11:32:23

...without making it all dry and horrid?

Seeline Mon 08-Sep-08 11:33:09

Bung it in a casserole!

TheArmadillo Mon 08-Sep-08 11:33:22

if just want to reheat a joint I would do it in stock - pour it over and reheat it oven. Then rather than drying out it should absorb the stock.

Why not eat it cold?

FluffyMummy123 Mon 08-Sep-08 11:33:45

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MatNanPlus Mon 08-Sep-08 11:34:09

Add to stock or gravy

or reuse it as stew, casserole, soup, chilli, pie.

GrimmaTheNome Mon 08-Sep-08 11:34:36

Don't. It will alter the flavour. Just serve cold with hot veg and gravy on warmed plates.

AMumInScotland Mon 08-Sep-08 11:34:41

I mostly have it cold, either with bread & chutney, or else with bubble & squeak if there's plenty of other leftovers.

But otherwise, some sort of sauce!

Carmenere Mon 08-Sep-08 11:34:45

Stir-fry or casserole or curry.

GrimmaTheNome Mon 08-Sep-08 11:35:39

or curry it.

AMumInScotland Mon 08-Sep-08 11:36:50

Stirfried leftover turkey makes nice fajitas.... my Boxing Day treat!

Kelix Mon 08-Sep-08 11:38:03

put it in with gravy and heat through

phdlife Mon 08-Sep-08 11:44:42

thank you!

MerlinsBeard Mon 08-Sep-08 11:45:55

i don't, i putit on warmed plates and pour gravy over the topblush

seeker Mon 08-Sep-08 11:49:48

<seeker makes a mental note to start a new tradidion of fajitas on Boxing Day - thank you muminScotland>

I keep the left over gravy too, slice the meat pour over some gravy, cover with cling film and microwave.

MatNanPlus Mon 08-Sep-08 12:34:07

Ah, i use mine for turkey and pearl barley soup AMumIS

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