Lobster claws are delicacies that go well with butter and lemon juice and are tasty whether boiled, grilled, baked or broiled. If you have leftovers or you've bought already cooked lobster, you may have to reheat it before eating. You can quickly and safely use the oven to reheat cooked lobster that is only a day or two old by following a few simple steps.

Leave the lobster in the refrigerator overnight if it needs to thaw or place it in a sealed, airtight plastic bag and run under warm water.

Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F.

Wrap the claws in aluminum foil.

Place the wrapped claws on a cookie sheet or baking pan.

Put the cookie sheet or baking pan in the oven and let the lobster bake for 5 to 10 minutes.

Remove the pan from the oven.

Unwrap the lobster before serving.

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