Honestly, lamb chops have got to be the greatest meal ever created. They are so tender, tasty and I honestly could eat a plate right now.
Excuse my drooling, but if you are here, you are probably trying to find out how to reheat lamb chops. The big questions is why do you have leftovers? Everything should’ve been eaten off in one sitting.
Regardless of your reason, this tender meat can be reheated pretty easily and I am going to show you how to do it in a couple easy steps.
When it comes to reheating lamb chops, the oven is a good option, it just takes some time to get it piping hot.
- Preheat oven to 350°F
- Cover lamb chops with aluminum foil
- Place in oven for 10 minutes on one side and 10 minutes on the other
- Depending on the thickness of the meat, it might be ready to go before the 20 minutes is up
- If the internal temperature is 165 degrees Fahrenheit, then you can take it out.
The stovetop is a quick way to reheat your meat, but you also need to ensure that you don’t overdo it and dry it out.
- Preheat skillet over a medium flame
- Add a little bit of oil or butter
- Throw in the lamb chops and let them heat on each side for a couple of minutes (don’t keep them on too long)
- Once fully reheated, you can take out and enjoy
Even though I am not a fan of the microwave, you can reheat your lamb chops in it. The microwave is the quickest option out there and it will definitely get it piping hot and succulent if done properly.
- Place the lamb chop in a microwave safe plate/container
- Cover with a damp paper cloth
- Position the plate to the outside of the microwave turntable, as this will help the lamb chop from drying out.
- Microwave on high for 2 minutes (this could be shorter or longer, depending on the power of your microwave)
- Once the lamb chop is fully heated, take out and enjoy.