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Roasting a leg of lamb for Passover ahead of time. How to reheat w/o drying out.

asked by XXX-XXX-6602 over 3 years ago
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Merrill
Merrill Stubbs

Merrill is a co-founder of Food52.

added over 3 years ago

If possible, I'd cook it the same day you're planning to eat it; if not, I'd cover it loosely with foil and reheat very gently at about 300 degrees F.

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Amanda Hesser

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added over 3 years ago

I agree with Merrill. You might also let the lamb sit out at room temp for 30 to 40 minutes before reheating.

Stringio
added over 3 years ago

My Albanian grandmother would cook a leg of lamb the morning before we arrived for family get togethers and she always served it at room temperature...In my opinion it can't be beat. Oh and if you want to be naughty...use the lamb fat to roast potatoes and carrots.