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The Absolute Best Ways To Reheat Rotisserie Chicken
The Oven
Southern Living suggests preheating your oven to 350F, placing the chicken in an ovenproof dish, then pouring a cup of chicken broth at the bottom of the pan, before covering the pan with aluminum foil, and baking for 25 minutes. When done, remove the aluminum foil and roast for an additional 5 minutes before removing the chicken and serving.
The Microwave
Insanely Good Recipes says using a microwave is the quickest and easiest method if you have a large microwave and a sturdy microwave plate. Set the microwave to high and microwave for 30 seconds to a minute. Check your chicken for warmth after each minute, reheat in increments of a half-minute to a minute until the chicken is completely warmed through.
The Air Fryer
Southern Living says can reheat your rotisserie chicken "to its heated grocery-store glory." You only need to set the air fryer to 350F and heat the chicken in the air fryer in three-to-four-minute increments, testing for warmth between heating sessions. Once you've warmed it to your liking, all that's left to do is enjoy.
The Instant Pot
Food Lovin' Family suggests putting the chicken on the trivet and setting the machine to "steam" pressure before cooking the chicken that way for five minutes. Be sure to check the chicken's temperature before eating. A key tip is to make sure your rotisserie chicken is wrapped in foil, and that its seam is facing upwards.
The Slow Cooker
Before using this method, make sure you leave plenty of cooking time, as it can take up to four hours. Food Lovin' Family suggests adding about a cup of water at the bottom of your pot, wrapping your chicken in foil, then setting it up so the chicken doesn't touch the liquid. Heat the chicken in the slow cooker for up to three hours on high or up to four hours on low.