yes u can * You could but i wouldn't recommend it. The flavor will be compromised and so will the consistency. I would throw it out.
I would say no because if the temperature keeps changing to the chili then bacteria would eventually show up.
According to Consumer ReportsCan I refreeze chili that was destined to be dinner at a canceled football party?Yes, it's safe to freeze previously cooked or uncooked foods that have thawed properly (in a refrigerator or microwave oven), although there may be a loss of quality because of moisture lost through defrosting.
Putting meat through a cook-freeze-thaw-reheat-refreeze cycle isn't generally going to result in a quality product and could present some food safety issues. The only situation where this might work might be with cooked ground beef used in a sauce or chili - if all sanitation precautions are followed.
Yes, but it might separate somewhat when it's thawed. You can probably correct this by stirring it vigorously.
Frozen, cooked chili can last for 6 months in the freezer without losing any flavor or texture. Frozen chili can be safely kept in the freezer indefinitely, but over time it would lose some freshness while still remaining safe to eat.
yes it can
A frozen one.
Frozen foods, including chili, never spoil. They do, however, lose quality, texture and taste after they've been frozen for a long period of time.
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.
the cooked dish chili is spelled the same. The pepper is called 'piment'.