Most dishes reheat best and retain their quality better using a conventional oven. The times provided are guidelines, and may vary with each home oven. Microwave reheating is not recommended in most cases for the best quality product. If you do choose to use a microwave oven, follow these guidelines:
Never put foil or metallic containers in the microwave.
Keep foods loosely covered with microwave-safe wrap.
Rotate or stir items at least once during the reheating process.
Suggested reheating times may need to be increased if reheating either multiple dishes simultaneously or large quantities. Bulk items will reheat more evenly if they are in a Single layer.
Always check the internal temperature of food with a stemmed thermometer before serving.
Reheated food should reach 165°F before consumption.
Always keep stored food covered and refrigerated at 41 °F degrees or less.
Always use caution when removing containers from microwave or oven. For ease and safety, always place black ovenable containers on a cookie sheet before placing in the oven. Do not place black containers directly on oven floor or a heating element. Clear plastic lids should be removed before reheating.
375 for 15-20 min. Broil for 2-3 min until it has reached your desired color.