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Can you recook roast beef?

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Roasted a large piece of beef for tea. Used half which was fine and later sliced up other half of joint for tea tomorrow but it was undercooked and a bit bloody. Is is ok to recook? Read More
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2m, 6d agoPosted 2 months, 6 days ago
Roasted a large piece of beef for tea. Used half which was fine and later sliced up other half of joint for tea tomorrow but it was undercooked and a bit bloody. Is is ok to recook?
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2m, 6d agoPosted 2 months, 6 days ago
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#1
Yes ,no problem
#2
Never been ill with anything i have warmed up or stuff that is out of date only time i have been ill when eating food was in egypt.
#3
Yep, no problem. As long as it is heated through properly, should be no issues.
Happy second round of beef! ;)
#4
waterloo
Never been ill with anything i have warmed up or stuff that is out of date only time i have been ill when eating food was in egypt.
Aha, me too. I always eat out of date food and reheat but I did get a nice bout of Giardia in Egypt, put me off eggs for years as part of the sickness is eggy burps.
#5
Of course you can . How do you think the cooked roast beef available in the deli section of your local supermarket gets there ?
#6
Do people that ask questions on here not have Google?
#7
ben5363
Do people that ask questions on here not have Google?
Dont know,but you've just asked a question.:{
#8
fry it
#9
#10
For years my mother would make roast beef on a Sunday. On Monday we would have it warmed up in left over gravy and on Tuesday the remains would be in the stew. I lived to tell the tale
#11
Absolutely... and it shall probably be even tastier! So glad you asked the question and just didn't throw it in the bin!
#12
ben5363
Do people that ask questions on here not have Google?


Google it.
#13
vote for yes as the others have said.
#14
R.i.p
#15
Always tastes better the next day.
#16
Reheat/recook it thoroughly and it'll be fine.

If you're not, can I have your TV?
#17
Slice it and simmer gently in gravy in the pot. Don't let it boil, just simmer it until it's completely heated. Overheating ruins the flavour.
#18
Keep it in the fridge over night.....next day you'll see it just looks 'red' in the middle but 'dry'.
To cook it further slice it thinly and place it in a tray (as much as you need, the rest can be portioned and frozen). Cover with either hot gravy or boiling water and then simmer for a few mins to cook it through. Serve
#19
ben5363
Do people that ask questions on here not have Google?
a good point made many times on here and I did think the same but now I realise how useful a tool it is to ask on here, you get quick responses and good debate also if you're anything like me you end up sifting through loads of different articles with differing opinions and not are all correct so the result can be you end up even more perplexed.
#20
slevinkelevra
ben5363
Do people that ask questions on here not have Google?
a good point made many times on here and I did think the same but now I realise how useful a tool it is to ask on here, you get quick responses and good debate also if you're anything like me you end up sifting through loads of different articles with differing opinions and not are all correct so the result can be you end up even more perplexed.
95% of "answers" on hukd are incorrect
#21
yes, well that's debateable, but at least it's in real time and you can question it there and then rather than trawling through mountains of searches to discern what is and isn't correct
#22
if you're anything like me poor at reading I suppose it can be quite handy
#23
Lee63
Slice it and simmer gently in gravy in the pot. Don't let it boil, just simmer it until it's completely heated. Overheating ruins the flavour.

This is what we do, Never had an issue and it tastes lovely.

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