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How to reheat store prepared stuffing?


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How to reheat store prepared stuffing?

fldhkybnva | Dec 22, 2012 06:53 PM

I raved about my love of Whole Foods stuffing at the Whole Foods hot bar to a friend and so she has decided to order a prepared meal for Christmas. However, in my experience with the prepared stuffing it looks and smells great and appears moist but whenever I warm it in the oven it becomes dry and is lacking that glistening, adherent quality that is so great about stuffing. My only trial I added a bit of broth to the casserole and a few pats of butter and heated covered at 350 for 20 minutes and it had a fall-apart texture and was fairly dryish and much different/not as delicious as the stuffing at the Whole Food bar. I have attached a few pictures to compare - the quality is not so good but the hot food bar version is in the unfortunately too dark picture with the other items and the prepared at home batch in the green casserole dish. It clearly has potential, but not sure how to help it achieve. Any tips for reheating? Thanks.

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