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You've Been Reheating Prime Rib Wrong Your Whole Life
By ABBY TARIQ
Microwave
The trick to reheating prime rib in a microwave revolves around adding more moisture, but even then, it should only be used as a last resort. Place evenly cut prime rib slices in a microwave-safe dish, pour a few tablespoons of beef broth over them, cover the dish, and reheat for one to two minutes.
Steamer
For sliced prime rib, the steamer is an option, as it locks in the meat moisture. Pour some water into a pot and start boiling it (let it simmer), wrap the prime rib and its juices in aluminum foil, cover the pot, and steam the meat for three to six minutes.
Oven
The oven is a great reheating method, but many people mistakenly overcook by turning the oven on full blast. Preheat the oven to 250 F, place the prime rib in a baking pan and pour in a few tablespoons of beef broth, wrap aluminum foil to tightly cover the meat, and heat for 10 to 13 minutes.
Other Methods
There are a plethora of other reheating methods, like the air fryer or stovetop, and most require a few tablespoons of broth, tight covering, low heat, and a quick heat time. Of course, you could always enjoy the prime rib cold, in thinly cut slices on a sandwich.

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