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The Absolute Best Ways To Reheat A Seafood Boil
Seafood boils are fun and tasty, made with shrimp, crawfish, crab, lobster, corn on the cob, and boiled potatoes mixed in a jumbo-sized pot with lots of spicy seasonings. If you have any leftovers, make sure to store them properly, and use one of these reheating methods to make your seafood taste as succulent as it did the first time.
Oven Goodness
Preheat the oven to 275 Fahrenheit, spray a baking sheet or dish with nonstick cooking spray, and spread the seafood evenly. Add a splash of water for some moisture, cover with aluminum foil, and cook for 10 to 15 minutes or until the internal temperature is between 125 to 130 Fahrenheit.
In the Microwave
Limitless Cooking advises against using microwaves, as the high heat they expel can make seafood rubbery, dry, and give it an intense, burnt fishy smell. However, if you must use a microwave, splash the seafood with a bit of water and heat it on low for about six minutes.
Seafood in a Pot
Seafood Peddler recommends putting the desired portion of seafood in a pot on the stove, and adding water, broth, or wine to prevent the food from drying out and to add flavor to it. Cover the pot with a lid and warm the seafood on low, occasionally stirring to ensure it gets heated evenly.
Bagged Seafood
Per My Conscious Eating, reheating seafood in a bag is an alternative to boiling, and it helps to preserve the taste and texture of the food. Bring a pot of water to boil, place the bag of seafood into the boiling water, and allow it to warm for a few minutes until thoroughly heated.