Can you re-heat pork?



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A pork casserole made with a fillet of pork - can it be re-heated as long as it is piping hot - or not at all? Thanks

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    Henry 2017-05-12

    just put it on Keep warm and yes you can heat it up in the microwave if needed no harm done'Keep warm' in the slow cooker will almost certainly dry the meat out completely. Nothing wrong with reheating in the microwave later, that's the option I'd go for.

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    Nora 2017-06-17

    Anytime you'd like to reheat meat/pork of any kind in the microwave and keep it moist, wrap it in a wet paper towel. We do it all the time, and it's still moist after heating.I usually pour a small can of cream of mushroom soup over them and then put them in the oven.

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    Hannah 2017-06-30

    I almost always cook chicken in a casserole dish in the oven. Why would you cook it first? There is no reason to.Yes, you can... It will have to cook longer to make sure it is completely done, but your recipe should tell you how long to cook it. You chicken will absorb and blend in with the flavors in the casserole. I do have recipes that say to cook it first, but that's just a time thing.

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    Gabriel 2017-07-13

    I would and always do so. So many bad things can happen with raw chicken.I would find a recipe that is specifically a chicken casserole recipe, that way it will tell you exactly what to do with the chicken!! Good luck! Hope it turns out yummy!! -Brooke

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    Alexander 2017-06-18

    KayLynn, This dish would be ok in the refrigerator overnight, but not on the counter. Check the temperature in the fridge, if it is close to freezing the chicken will not thaw in time. Your fridge should be about 40 degrees farenheit. When you put the chicken in the oven, check the thickest part of the tenderloins with the tip of a knife. If there are still ice crystals, add extra cooking time, and check the breasts to be sure they are completely cooked before serving. If the chicken is still frozen solid, order a long as you are keeping it in the fridge it doesn't matter if your chicken is thawed or not when you are making your casserole to cook tomorrow night, I say go ahead and layer everything and get it ready for tomorrow, cover it well, then chill out till time for you to make it! Be sure you take it out of the fridge for at least 30 minutes before baking!

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    Aubrey 2017-05-24

    Yes you can! I also like to add other things with it like corn,potatoes, peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, onions or maybe some rice..whatever you like..I have done this before and it is very good. We call these poor man pockets. Make sure you spray the foil with non-stick cooking spray and sprinkle everything with salt and pepper and add a couple dollups of butter for flavor. I would say 350 for 45 i dont think you can. i have nvr hrd of tht b4.

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    Zoey 2017-06-18

    mmmm, that sounds sooo good. My sister bakes them like that and then puts barbecue sauce on them. Bake em at 350 for about 2 hours. The low heat and long cooking time will ensure that they are oh so tender!You can, but why? They will come out steamed. If you cook them in an open pan in the oven, they will be golden brown and delicious. To make the cleanup go faster, line a glass or metal pan with foil. Discard the foil after the meal.

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    Isaac 2017-06-08

    i heard 300. but if its not hot enough then put it up to 350

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    Evelyn 2017-07-14

    350 degrees for 20 minutes or so should do it. I'd cover the dish with depends how much of it you are re-heating. If you are reheating enough for 4 people it's going to take longer than a single portion. It's very important to reheat cooked chicken to above 75 degrees Centigrade for at least 5 minutes to ensure that any bacteria that have developed in the meat from the previous heating have been killed off. Never reheat it more than once.