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You've Been Reheating Steak Wrong Your Whole Life
Reheating the steak from the previous night at high temperatures causes it to lose moisture and become hard, especially if you’re rushing the process. Lower temperatures work best for reheating steaks, and the microwave is your ideal kitchen appliance to get quick results.
To reheat a steak in the microwave, do it in 30-second bursts at a medium temperature with a damp kitchen paper towel covering the meat. For the stove, keep it at low heat, add oil and butter, and cover the steak with a lid, flipping it every minute. If you prefer the oven, preheat it to 275 degrees Fahrenheit and cook for 20 minutes.
Finally, the sous vide method allows even cooking for the entire piece of meat, because it uses a releasable bag and hot water that help retain the flavor. Raise the water temperature to 130 degrees Fahrenheit and submerge the plastic for five minutes to get the perfectly warmed steak without dehydration as all the moisture is trapped in the bag.