elf06 wrote: »
Another who says do it and re-heat it. My mum did this for years as her oven temperature what a little on the temeramental side. This took the worry out of doing it xmas day and was always as good as the 'real' thing. Reheat covered in gravy in a covered pot on hob would work fine
Meadows wrote: »
http://www.britishturkey.co.uk/cooking/faq.shtmlCan I cook my turkey on Christmas Eve and reheat it the next day? It would save a lot of hassle!
The short answer is no! The only safe way to reheat turkey is to slice the cooked, chilled meat and reheat. The best way to do this is to lay the slices in an oven proof dish, cover with gravy, cover the whole dish with a lid or foil and place in a hot oven. Make sure the turkey is piping hot before serving. Alternatively, reheat in a microwave, using manufacturer’s instructions.
flipperOSN wrote: »
I'm not sure I understand this - the advice seems to say yes and no? My sister swears by cooking it the day before, she's never had a problem.
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