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AIBU?

To ask if you can reheat lobster?

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 21:38

Google says yes.

Have you tried? What lurgies can be contracted?

Tia.

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JosellaPlayton · 30/10/2018 21:41

YABU to have not finished the lobster the first time around. What a waste.
But even if it doesn’t poison you (personally I’d never chance it with seafood), it will probably be chewy from reheating. Cold with mayo is pretty good in a sandwich though!

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 21:43

Well - my sister bought them, cooked and de-clonked them ready for my dad’s bday tomorrow. But he said he’d rather have his hot...

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 21:44

We’re all going to have ours cold, so it’s no issue.

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gamerchick · 30/10/2018 21:44

Well I bought a cooked one from Lidl so I'm assuming it can be reheated.

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FusionChefGeoff · 30/10/2018 21:46

Stealth boast

Grin

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 21:49

Stealth boast

Grin

I did think it was a very MN question - like how do you clean a tiara?

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 21:51

What was the texture like when you reheated gamerchick?

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7salmonswimming · 30/10/2018 21:53

You can reheat gently in hot (not boiling) water.

Or slice and fry with garlic.

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 21:53

Excellent, thanks.

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QueenDoris · 30/10/2018 21:54

Lobster Thermidor is it reheated - halved cooked lobster slapped under a grill. With some cheese I think.

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gamerchick · 30/10/2018 22:00

It's still in the freezer, it was one of those see lobster for five quid odd and go 'oooo cheap lobster' situations Grin

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 22:01

Oh yes, go for it. 👍🏼

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Aquamarine1029 · 30/10/2018 22:03

Do NOT reheat in water. It will ruin it. Melt a large dollop of butter in a pan and over low heat rewarm the meat.

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TatianaLarina · 30/10/2018 22:04

Ok boss.

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