11 Surprising Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Freeze

11 Surprising Foods You Didn’t Know You Could Freeze

A small kitchen trick that helps in preparing food – a list of foods that you can freeze, or maybe you did not know. This list will definitely shorten your cooking time

Nuts

The freezer will help them last longer because cold will prevent oil from rising in them. This is good news for anyone who purchases large quantities of nuts. Separate the parts you will eat immediately and freeze the rest.

Cooked rice

If you have a lot of rice left behind, place it in a plastic bowl with a cover that is resistant to cold and freeze. When you want to eat again, simply heat it in a microwave oven.

Grated cheese

Grated cheese will not spoil if you freeze it. Put it in freezer bags and freeze. When you need it, just put it in the dish without defrosting.

Mature bananas

Lovers of banana cakes certainly know this secret. Mature bananas that have already received dark spots on the bark are actually very sweet and tasty. If you want to eat them, you can freeze them and put them on the first occasion in a biscuit. They are also great in addition to the smoothies because they will make them creamy, and given that bananas are already frozen in shake, just put less ice.

Wine

Do you still have a little wine in a bottle after dinner? Pour it into ice cubes and freeze. When you make sauces or goulash, simply put in a cube of wine in the dish. You can use them in addition to cocktails or sangria.

Bacon

You can freeze bacon pieces or you can chop it into thin rubs, then wrap in baking paper, put in a freezer compartment and freeze.

Butter

You can freeze it in its original packaging, but wrap it well in front of the foil. You can start frozen butter in flour when making dough.

Fresh spices

Wash fresh spices and let them dry. Then slice them to the desired size, spread on the paper for baking the cake that you put in the broth, wrap it well with plastic foil and put it in the freezer for several hours. Then transfer them to the freezer compartment and return to the freezer. Spices can be inserted into ice boxes, filled with water and frozen so.

Bread

The bread is best frozen while it’s still fresh. So immediately determine how much you will eat bread, and how much to leave for other days. Wrap the rest in the foil and place it in the freezer compartment. When you want to eat it, remove the foil and insert the bread into the heated oven at 150 degrees, between 5 and 10 minutes.

Eggs

Never fry whole eggs, but be sure to separate the yolk and whites. Pack them in plastic freezing bowls and put them in the freezer. Let it be thawed before use.

Smooth sweet cream

If you have a crisp sweet cream left, treat it as well as spices. On the cake plate, spread the small ‘packs’ of the cream and place it in the freezer for several hours. When frozen, put them in freezer bags and return to the freezer.



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