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Suggestions for reheating leftover ribs

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by meathead19, Oct 6, 2012.

  1. meathead19

    meathead19

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    Had couple racks left over and don't want to waste the tasty piggy parts.

    Any suggestions on reheating while not drying them out?

    Thanks.
     
  2. robin303

    robin303 Helicopter Nut

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    Microwave for about 45 sec each.
     

  3. scwine

    scwine ^%(#@$^!!!!!!!

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    Crockpot w/ pinto beans.
     
  4. MAC702

    MAC702 Senior Member

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    Steam them in basket over boiling water in a covered pot.
     
  5. Zonny

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    Just add a small amount of water to a skillet, add ribs, cover and heat slowly.
     
  6. GlockinNJ

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    How about some cold ribs!
     
  7. meathead19

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    All mixed together?
     
  8. meathead19

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    Never tried, but maybe. :dunno:
     
  9. Hummerbike

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    Put them on a plate and cover tightly with Saran wrap. Microwave and enjoy. The Saran wrap is important for reheating any thing you don't want to dry out.
     
  10. Zonny

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    I'd still add a small amount of water.
     
  11. SMOKEin

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    I always steam them or toss in the crock pot with some beans and sauce. Damn, i haven't had bbq in months,where can i get ribs at 10:30pm?
     
  12. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Boat Life ©

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    Convection oven. 300* for 10 minutes.
     
  13. janice6

    janice6 Silver Member

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    Those things are hot and quick.
     
  14. USMCsilver

    USMCsilver Boat Life ©

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    I have a good sized Cuisineart countertop one (and a freestanding Samsung).

    If I'm not in a rush, I'll rehead about any meat in countertop oven. Things taste much better that way. Believe it or not, anything fried (which I seldom eat) will taste almost as good as when it was cooked; from chicken gizzards, to french fries...whatever. I especially like to use it when reheating meats and pizza. :)
     
  15. droidfire

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    The real question here should be how does one end up with leftovers where ribs are concerned?
     
  16. Bruce H

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    Fourty racks and only one person eating that doesn't like ribs.:whistling:
     
  17. JerryVO

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    OMG no to a microwave ever for ribs. Get a roasting pan and put about 1/2 inch of water in it. Put the ribs on an elevated rack or if you don't have one put the ribs meat up so only the bone tips are in the water. Cover with foil and bake at 350 until hot (usually 10-15 min.):Ribs will be as moist as when you first cooked them.

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  18. MtBaldy

    MtBaldy Obie Wan, RIP

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    For that much I would wrap them in foil, pour in a couple of ounces of apple juice, and put them in a 350 degree oven for 20 or 30 minutes.
     
  19. Hef

    Hef Stop Obammunism

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    Put them on a broiler pan sprayed with cooking spray so they don't stick. Put a little apple juice or cherry juice in the pan and on the ribs, and heat them at 275-325F until the get up to 145F internal temp.
     
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    I would help but this concept of left-over ribs is one I've never heard of.