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Unread 09-23-2013, 03:48 PM   #1
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I have some brisket frozen what is the best way to reheat this up
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Put it in a roaster pan on a rack with a little liquid of your choice tent loosely with foil with and into a 250 oven for a few hrs let it thaw and reheat. It wont be as good as fresh but close to it.
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Chopped up in a pan of Beans or Chilli.
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I've never had any make it to the freezer.
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once it is thawed put it in a veggie steamer in a pan with a little water, put the lid on takes about a minute once the water boils
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Place slices or cubes (burnt ends, brownies, whatever) in a microwave safe bowl with a small amount of aujus. Cover with press and seal or lid. Heat on half power about 1 1/2 - 2 minutes. Let it rest and steam for a minute or two.
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The nuker as above ^^^^
Also does a great job of reheating ribs.
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I agree with both the roaster and the microwave. If sliced, I like to microwave in a plastic wrapped dish with some jus. If still whole, then roaster.
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Place slices or cubes (burnt ends, brownies, whatever) in a microwave safe bowl with a small amount of aujus. Cover with press and seal or lid. Heat on half power about 1 1/2 - 2 minutes. Let it rest and steam for a minute or two.

This will do it.
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Vacuum seal it with the juice. Put it in a pot of simmering water.
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Vacuum seal it with the juice. Put it in a pot of simmering water.
This works well I usually just eat cold for a sammie
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