A pile of sliced, juicy brisket
The Best Way To Reheat Brisket So It Stays Extra Juicy
By Sarah Richter
When it comes to reheating brisket, these few straightforward steps will ensure that the meat stays juicy and tender — even if you cook it a day beforehand.
After removing your brisket from the fridge, let it come to room temperature before reheating to ensure it heats evenly and stays moist.
For juicy meat, keep the oven's temperature very low, ensuring the heat will gently warm the meat instead of blasting it and drying it out.
Don't be shy about adding braising liquid, broth, and other flavors that complement your recipe to help the brisket gently warm while creating a steamy bath for the meat.
Ensure that steam heat doesn't escape when reheating by double-wrapping the top of your baking dish with foil and sealing the edges firmly to lock in the moisture.