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Turtle eggs for an office party. Can you cook them the night before and reheat?
edited October 2012
Just wondering if anyone has done this. If so what's the best way to reheat them? All we have at the office is a microwave. I have a crockpot but I don't think that'll work.
Are you serious? I'm getting queasy thinking about it.
They're very similar to meat balls, which are very frequently made in advance and re-heated, or made, cooked, frozen and reheated. I'd use a crock pot to reheat over beaming them in a microwave. Not having done this, I admit it's speculation. But I think a safe risk that I would take.
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Why not just put them in an ice chest (sans ice of course) layered with towels after timing them to come out a couple of hours before the event?
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I reheated some yesterday...they were still good. Maybe not as good, but good nonetheless.
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