Reheating Turkey

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loubalders

Reheating Turkey

Hi
Hope someone can help me. I froze some left over cooked turkey from Christmas and defrosted it overnight last night and have just made a curry with it. I've cooled it quickly and it's now in the fridge... am I OK to heat this up again?
Thanks in advance for your help.

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JAMES

Reheating Turkey.

Yes, thats fine. Just make sure you heat it thoroughly throughout.

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loubalders

Reheating Turkey

Thank you so much James - much appreciated !

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Gerry

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James is right but don't actually boil it or the meat will have the texture of shredded dishcloth.

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loubalders

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Thanks Gerry, will bear that in mind.. don't quite like the thought of dishcloth curry for dinner tonight :)

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JAMES

Reheating Turkey.

Shredded dishcloth. Yum Yum!!! :)

X

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Grannie Cool

Reheating Turkey.

Did exactly that yesterday evening.
After they were completely defrosted, then well reheated the drumsticks and had them for the evening meal. I'd say go ahead no probs.

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Welshcookie

Reheating turkey

Best practice is to re-heat only once.

You are suggesting Cook, freeze, re-heat, freeze, re-heat.

Having said that I would do it without a qualm. But it will not have improved in quality.

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JAMES

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"

You are suggesting Cook, freeze, re-heat, freeze, re-heat.
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No they are not......

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Grannie Cool

Reheating Turkey.

My drumsticks were cooked, defrosted, reheated, eaten. We are both fine, no ill effects.

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Welshcookie

Reheating turkey

Read it again, James. Carefully.

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Welshcookie

Reheating turkey

Apologies, it is finally being reheated from chilled not from frozen, but it is being cooked once and reheated twice. Not recommended. But I would do it.

 
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