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Reheating Turkey for Thanksgiving

Because I have a large number of folks coming over for dinner, I plan on making two turkeys for Thanksgiving: one ahead of time and reheating, and the other on the day of. What is the best way to reheat the turkey made ahead of time so that it doesn't dry out?

asked by Alexandra Marie Phillips 13 days ago

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Katie Macdonald
Katie Macdonald

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added 13 days ago

Hey there! My dad likes to heat it up in the oven at a *very*low heat. Just make sure to put a small bowl or glass of water in the oven as well, which should keep it from drying out.

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inpatskitchen
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added 13 days ago

I use this method:https://www.thekitchn.com...

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Nancy
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added 12 days ago

One good way: make ahead, slice/carve the turkey, place it on a bed of gravy in an oven-proof platter, heat in oven, serve.
Very moist.
Details:
https://barefootcontessa.com/recipes/make-ahead-roast-turkey

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