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Reheating sliced Prime Rib Roast
I cooked a 6 lb prime rib roast yesterday for me and my 10 yr old son. It's already completley sliced up. So now I have quite a bit of left overs. They range from rare to medium rare rare. How can I reheat these slices (Fairly Thick) without losing thier juicyness and there rare texture. Do I just bring them to room tempersture and add a warm gravy (Not warm enough for me)? Do I flash heat them at a high temp and for how long? Or is there something else I should do? Please help. Thanks
See the directions on reheating slices at the bottom of the roasting beef page. They work.
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