Can uncooked dressing be frozen then cooked 2 day later?
if one of the ingredients in a casserole is raw eggs can the casserole be frozen before baking>
Yes you can. After it is cooked it is like any other left over or frozen meal. I wouldrecommend not to over heat it, chicken can get a little rubber like.. I bring home left over chicken from my local Japanese Steak House and reheat it all the time... And I have not died from this either.
This food will spoil fast. In a matter of a day or two this food can spoil. This food should be eaten soon after getting it. It can be frozen for use later.
Some people do freeze a cooked apple pie. The problem that you may find is your crust could become soggy when you thaw and re-heat your pie at a later time.
Yes, cooked mashed potatoes can be frozen for later use. Another response: Yes, it is possible to freeze cooked mashed potatoes, but freezing changes their texture, and most people find them unpalatable when re-heated.
There are food safety issues with thawing at room temperature and it is not recommended. If it is in a sealed package, it could be quick-thawed under cool running water - then immediately cooked. Or it could be thawed in the microwave - and immediately cooked. Or it could be cooked from frozen. Should you choose to thaw by any means other than in the fridge, it should be cooked immediately upon thawing and not… Read More
Meat should not be eaten raw under any circumstances. Food that is frozen before the expiration date can still be thawed and cooked a few weeks later.
Answer: Wash and dry them. Put them on a tray in freezer. When frozen pour into a bag. This is the best way. Have done this for many years now.
No. Bacteria would have grown on it and it could make you sick - or worse. So don't eat it!
If you've been keeping it in the refrigerator for four days, I wouldn't, no. Anything cooked that you wish to freeze for later use should be frozen that day.
Ofcourse if there unfrozen!!! Is there any concern about toxins in freezing uncooked crab legs?
Yes they do. I know many Indian / Pakistani women who cook onions and freeze and use later for a curry base. You can even add garlic and ginger to this and freeze with onions. This will save time later and is great for working mums.
I had a similar question asked to me by someone counting their calories. The problem was this: They had a 250g bag of pasta. The nutrition label gave 100grams of uncooked pasta (therefore, half a pack was 125grams). The label also gave the value for half a pack of cooked pasta which was 190 grams. The calories in 100gram uncooked was 172kcal, while half a pack of cooked jumped massively to 326kcal. Why? A quick… Read More
It isn't generally safe to refreeze raw food. This is especially true for chicken, which is contaminated with salmonella at scary-high rates. If the chicken has thawed, it isn't generally safe to refreeze it and eat it later. This is especially true if it is thawed in room-temperature water rather than being thawed in the refrigerator. Once thawed, the chicken should be cooked fairly quickly. Once cooked, it can then be frozen for later consumption.
Yes. Since boca burgers are fully cooked and frozen, simply heat them up according to the instructions on their package. Any leftover portions may be refrigerated. A good rule of thumb is to consume any cooked, refrigerated foods within two to three days at the absolute most. Only re-heat the refrigerated portion once, however. Just keep in mind that the more times a food is heated, the more tough the texture will become and the… Read More
Yes, most all Indian food can be frozen to eat at a later date.
You can freeze anise bulbs for later use.
cooked or uncooked? ether way the answer is no cause of the nasty germs that gather in it... well by the health and safety point of view but if you are sure enough that hardly any germs is in it then it world be safe to cook and eat it but if it was in a freezer, which would be better, for one week then it would be safe to cook after one week! :)
i don't think using frozen nacho cheese is a good idea
i.e. been frozen, defrosted you wish to refreeze and then eat later? no, if you buy something frozen you defrost and use straight away you do not refreeze it.
Cooked eggs that will be held for later service must be cooked to a minimum internal temperature of?
155°F (68°C) for fifteen seconds
The stone age people cooked over open flame. In the later part of the age, they cooked on stoneware.
It definitely can be frozen for use later. You probably could can it, but I'd be concerned the high temperatures would effect the taste and quality, so I'd probably stick with freezing.
Yes, a prickly pear [Opuntia spp] fruit can be frozen for later use. The fruit tastes best when it's eaten fresh after harvesting and removing the barbed spines. But it also serves up well as juice and puree after being frozen and thawed.
As many as a regular banana, later on.
This is because ground beef comes for various parts of the beef and spoils a lot faster then that of a steak. Steak and other cuts of beef can stay fresh longer because They are from parts of the cow that are known to not be effected by disease as other parts. Which is why ground beef should be cooked sooner rather then later.
James Bedford was the first man to be cryogenically frozen. He died of natural causes related to kidney cancer on January 12, 1967 and was frozen several hours later.
The question is not clear, because squash need not be frozen before frying. Foods are frozen to preserve them for later use. Frozen squash would need to be defrosted before frying.
What is a type of starch used to thicken liquids that keeps its binding power even after it has been frozen?
Flour and cornstarch both work in foods that are later frozen.
Actual production on Frozen began in 2011 when it was announced that Disney's Snow Queen project will be re-titled Frozen, scheduled for a 2013 release, and a month later confirmed to be computer animated.
After 2 hours of being removed from the heat, they should be refrigerated if you want to keep them to eat later.
It's safe to eat a regular banana later.
I cooked two vacuum sealed 8 pounds each, pork boston butt roasts after 5 years of being solidly frozen, tasted great and nobody got sick or died. I'm baking the other two today, 1 year later. If i croak, please tell every one the time limit is only 5 years. lol will let you all know how the 6 year frozen roasts do.
He was frozen so later in the future, when Dr. Evil came back Austin Powers would still be at his prime and try to capture Dr. Evil.
no because it is a baked Good and it will taste bad if you want to eat it later.
No. not at all. Most dead cats are frozen and later cremated.
No, you Idiot!!! And anyway why would YOU freeze pigeon eggs?
Once a meat has become frozen you should not allow it to defrost and then attempt to refreeze it. If you allow it to defrost and then use it by its use by date then that is OK. You can however refreeze it once cooked for example if you buy some fresh mince it becomes frozen in transit, you then defrost it and make a shepherds pie you can then freeze it and defrost it… Read More
If you want to freeze jello in order to eat it frozen, Then yes it can be frozen. If you are looking to freeze jello in order to store and defrost to eat as regular jello later, then the gelatin in the jello may break down when it defrosts and make the jello mushy.
No too risky
THE PERFECT EXAMPLE OF A PECKHAM BOY IS SWIFTURK HE DONT CARE WHO YOU ARE WHERE YOUR FROM YOUR GIRL WILL GET THE UNCOOKED SAUSAGE SOONER OR LATER SO THERE NO POINT HIDING HER JUST GIVE HER UP...
Yes, this can certainly happen. In most cases, you will want to freeze your apple pie unbaked, and then bake it from frozen later on to avoid a soggy crust.
you should only keep the frozen apple juice frozen for about...... 2 weeks and no later because this causes the apple citrus to freeze up and pollut the juice therfore causing the baby to have diara! sooo dont keep apple juice frozen for 2 weeks!
yes u can but u have to eat it with apples.
Puritans wore clothing of rainbow colors and not black all the while. Initially, their dressing was linked to their status but later this practice stopped.
I don't think so as industrially in order to last, enzyme solutions are kept frozen and then defrosted immediately prior to use (not any later in order to optimise their activity).
The first soup would have been the water in which vegetables, grains, or meat was soaked or, later, cooked.
Blanching is par boiling, so to blanch potatoes you would boil them until part cooked then refresh under cold water to stop them becoming fully cooked, you would finish cooking them later.
You cooked fish on Sunday and want to eat the cooked fish four days later will it be all right to do so?
It depends what type of fish it is. I think that swordfish lasts about 5 days so yer have a good one mate
It is not suggested that Aloe Vera juice be frozen since it can deplete nutrients and dilute it. If it needs to be kept longer, it should be refrigerated, but not for too long due to gradual nutrient loss.