Reheating Steak

If you want to warm leftover steak without cooking it to further doneness, one simple method, says Karl S, is to place it in a food-storage bag with a good seal and run hot tap water over it. ipsedixit uses this technique and says it usually takes a minute or so, depending on the thickness of the beef. Karl S adds that this hot-running-water technique also works for reheating fish and most solid foods, and is especially handy for animal proteins that will easily recook if exposed to too much heat.

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