I need advice for reheating a turkey I cooked yesterday, 12/18 for dinner guests this evening, 12/19. At what temperature do I need it to be, to reheat a fully dressed, unsliced turkey and keep it moist and juicy too?
This isn't exactly the answer you were looking for, but it is a great idea. Slice the turkey into small "steaks," dredge them in an egg that has been beaten with a fork, then through flour seasoned with salt and pepper. Fry them quickly in a pan of olive oil, or whatever oil your choose. Since the turkey is already cooked, all you want to do is "set" the egg and flour, cooking it thoroughly. The turkey will be hot by that time.
Turkey is great cold in sandwiches as well. I seldom reheat my turkey in the oven because there are so many things you can do with it after it has been cooked before.
Turkey and noodles make a great soup or casserole. Turkey and dumplings. Cold turkey salad made like you would make tuna fish or chicken salad. Hot turkey sandwiches open faced with gravy and mashed potatoes. Karen in Salem Oregon