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Further cooking a roast the day after

  • 03-01-2022 10:56am
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    Hi All,

    I cooked a roast in the oven yesterday evening and it turned out very rare, but edible. After the remainder cooled down(it was left out standing on a plate on the counter covered in Tinfoil for about 3 hours, I left the fridge over night.

    I was wondering if I stick it in the oven to cook it through a bit more today and eat the remainder today? Or is it too risky?




  • Registered Users Posts: 563 ✭✭✭pipelaser

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  • Registered Users Posts: 8,264 ✭✭✭Markcheese

    That must have been as tough as old boots ....

    I wouldn't have any problem re-cooking it , but I'd do it today , and I'd probably cook it with some liquid , to stop it drying out , and in a closed container -or wrapped in tin foil - again to keep it moist , and allow you to cook it for a long - long - long time,

    You want to be able to bring the centre of the meat up to temp -( and it'll take a long time for the heat to work it's way to the centre of the joint ), and for a long time ,to make the meat tender... Brisket can be an all day cook. ..( can depend on the size of the piece ..) .

    Slava ukraini 🇺🇦