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Best way to reheat bulgogi?

fldhkybnva Feb 14, 2013 02:36 PM

SO apparently couldn't resist our favorite Korean place today and picked up a few orders of bulgogi on the way home. The restaurant is only 30 minutes away, but I imagine that it'll be cool by the time he gets home. I know that many prefer and do eat it cold, but we prefer it warm. Any tips? Just a quick nuke in the microwave on low power until warm?

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    johnjfoote Feb 15, 2013 06:01 AM

    a little spray of h2o (a very little) and under the broiler or in a hot fry pan . Be really brave and try a torch.

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    1. re: johnjfoote
      fldhkybnva Feb 15, 2013 10:41 AM

      If only I had a torch that would be a good time.

    2. alkapal Feb 14, 2013 06:58 PM

      i'd reheat in a nonstick skillet on low-medium heat with a half-cover on the skillet. maybe medium proper, and depending on how moist it is, i might sprinkle in just a few drops of water. just a few drops.

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      1. re: alkapal
        fldhkybnva Feb 14, 2013 07:11 PM

        Great, thanks.

      2. chefj Feb 14, 2013 06:09 PM

        NO MICROWAVE sorry for yelling.
        Quick toss in a hot Pan should do the trick. You may want to use nonstick since there is sugar in the marinate just do not over heat pan before adding the meat.

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        1. re: chefj
          fldhkybnva Feb 14, 2013 06:55 PM

          Any oil?

          1. re: fldhkybnva
            chefj Feb 18, 2013 11:57 AM

            not if it is nonstick or well seasoned cast iron

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          thistle5 Feb 14, 2013 03:04 PM

          I also had bulgogi for lunch today, brought the leftovers home to my son, & he is eating it, room temp, out of the box, but I would reheat in the microwave. The dumplings are still pretty good unreheated-I ate at Joong Mi, in Annandale, my specialicious coupon was expiring...

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