FISH is a refreshing and healthy meal that can be cooked in different ways and prepared in a short time.
If you have leftover fish from last night’s dinner, here’s how to reheat it properly.
Can you reheat fish?
The answer is yes, you can reheat the fish.
If you wish, you can also take your fish out of the refrigerator and leave it at room temperature.
You can just eat it that way without having to overheat.
Some prefer this method because the fish can easily be overcooked, even during reheating, and lose its good taste.
Also, when reheating fish in the microwave, it releases fatty acids from the fish and can stink up where you cook.
So if you don’t want to clutter your kitchen, or your office during lunch hours, we advise you to simply let the fish rest at room temperature.
Place them on an oven or something that warms up over time, so at least they can still absorb some heat and you can still eat fresh food.
Thick slices of fish can be overheated if you prefer, but when it comes to thin slices of fish, it is advisable not to reheat them.
Instead, you can use them cold in salads, for example.
What’s the best way to reheat fish?
If you’re at home and you want to take the time to reheat fish, we also have a solution for you.
Remember that only thick slices of fish should be reheated, such as salmon or swordfish.
Just put them in a dish lined with a baking sheet and line the top of the dish with foil.
This helps the fish not to dry out.
Heat the fish for about 15 minutes in a 275 degree oven and be sure to watch it so it doesn’t burn or overcook.
How many times can fish be reheated?
You can reheat the fish only once.
If you preserved the fish and left it at room temperature, do it only once.
If you store the fish again, it can grow bacteria that will give you food poisoning.
Be very careful with seafood and how long you store it too.
Try to eat leftover stored fish the next day, as fish can easily spoil.