Can you put hot meat into refrigerator?
i don't know but do u as well as its really tasty with some tom tom
It depends on how many there are. If you have only a few, then yes you can put them in the refrigerator and nothing bad will happen. But if you have an entire meal's worth then they could damage your refrigerator. Putting something in a refrigerator that is hot will cause the motor to run, and having it run for too long or too hard to cool a larger bowl of hot meat balls can…
Raw meat should not be stored on the top shelf of the refrigerator. Any juice from the meat could drip on food below and contaminate it. In any case, storage should not be more than a day or two. All containers should be washed with soap and hot water. You would also want to store the meat in the coldest part of the fridge. That is usually the lowest shelf. Use a refrigerator thermometer to…
If the meat stays below room temperature (for instance, if you have thawed it in the refrigerator) and it is quickly put back into the freezer, you can refreeze the meat with little effect on the texture and flavor of the meat. If the meat has been thawed for a day or more, or gets warmer than refrigerator temperature, it is best to cook it and then refreeze.
Why if you want to store uncooked hamburger meat for a month you put it in a freezer rather than a refrigerator?
You should not wait at all. Put the hot food in an ice bath to cool it fast. This will insure the food not getting contaminated by bacteria. It is best to let the food cool to room temperature before you put it in because large quantities of hot food will heat up the rest of the food in the refrigerator as it is cooling down.
What kind of cooler? What temperature is it inside the cooler? Was is being used to "cool" the cooler? How long was the cooler "cool" before the meat was put into it? What temperature was the meat when it was put into the cooler? Was the meat cooked, cooled and stored in a refrigerator below 40F before being put into the cooler? After 2 hours above 40F Food Safety rules say it becomes unsafe.