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Can I reheat devils on horseback?

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WSfoodie Dec 23, 2012 03:42 PM

I am bringing devils on horseback to a family christmas party this year. They will have to travel with me for about 2 hours. I would like to cook them at home before I leave and reheat them when I arrive. Has anyone done this before? Any recommendations? Alternately, has anyone ever served them room temperature? What is preferable?

  1. chefj Dec 23, 2012 03:47 PM

    Yes, they reheat just fine. Best not to broil them for the first cooking and not to brown the Bacon much. Then reheat under Broiler till Bacon is crisped.

    1. w
      WSfoodie Dec 23, 2012 03:59 PM

      Thank you for the quick reply! This is my first time making them. Do you recommend baking them for ~15 minutes at 400 degrees and then a few minutes under the broiler when I arrive? If the oven is full, would the microwave work? Clearly not ideal but don't want to put the host out.

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      1. re: WSfoodie
        chefj Dec 23, 2012 05:31 PM

        I would not use the Microwave, but have never tried.
        Toaster oven would work fine for reheating.
        For the initial cooking I would go lower than 400 unless you want to cook the bacon crisp and then try the Microwave for reheating.

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          WSfoodie Dec 24, 2012 02:18 PM

          Thanks again and Merry Christmas!

      2. pagesinthesun Dec 23, 2012 04:11 PM

        I had never heard of devils on horseback. I just googled them...yum! There is always something to learn on CH!

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        1. re: pagesinthesun
          jenscats5 Dec 23, 2012 04:12 PM

          Same here! I've never heard of them either....sounds delicious!

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          WSfoodie Dec 23, 2012 04:15 PM

          I have had them at a few restaurants and loved them. Did a quick test run this evening and they were just as delicious and very easy at home. I used dates, stuffed with gorgonzola and wrapped with bacon. Just hoping they will hold up in transit.

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