What is the best way to reheat meatballs?

Chef's answer
The best way to reheat meatballs is by reheating them in the oven at 350 degrees Farenheight for about 15 minutes. It's important to make sure that the internal temperature of the meatball reaches 165 degrees F before serving.
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