I'm sure your ribs are so yummy that they're all gone and you won't need to be using these reheating tips On the off chance you have leftover ribs, you may want to know how to reheat them.
Make sure you refrigerate them as soon as possible; ideally within an hour or two. The longer you leave the meat out at room temp (or warmer), the more bacteria grow and multiply which can lead to food poisoning.
The oven is an easy and convenient way to reheat ribs. Just make sure you follow these guidelines:
After you finish your meal, wrap the remaining ribs tightly and put them in the fridge. They will keep for up to 3 days before they start drying out - just reheat when ready to eat.
It's best to freeze any leftover ribs that won't be eaten within a couple of days if possible. This is a good way to ensure that bacteria have no chance of growing on your meat. It also makes it easy to pop some ribs into the oven without having to remember what day or time it was cooked.
If you do freeze your food, make sure you label and date it so you know how long ago you prepared it and can tell if there are any issues with spoilage/moulds etc. when you want to reheat your food.