Sure! To ‘re-build’ the bulbs they must fully grow again (roots, leaves, full sunlight, water, fertilizer). Just like most plants. Any regular fertilizer would do, for example the brand ‘’miracle grow’’. The bulbs need to regain all nutrients like N, P, K, Mg, calcium, etc. These nutrients are found in most ‘common/general’ plant fertilizers.
The type of soil used is important too. Good potting soil has fertilizer and organic material already mixed in, which would provide the plants with enough fertilizer for the first 2-10 weeks. After that it is just adding fertilizer every 2 weeks according to the fertilizer-product label.
The main important thing is that the bulbs get full sunlight again. The leaves coming out of the bulb will need that sunlight to grow the help bulb grow again and develop new flowers.