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How much can you store the finished cutlets in the freezer

Can I freeze the finished cutlets? How much is stored?

It is convenient to have ready-made foods in the freezer.

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  • You can, but it's worth portioning in densepackages. But it's more delicious to cook raw, ready-made semi-finished products, and then to fry. I chicken chops froze, taste and juiciness a little lost, but it is quite possible to eat. Defrost is better in a natural way, for example at night leaving in the refrigerator, but it is possible and in the microwave. Stuffed pancakes are also well-frozen.
  • Of course, you can freeze. My mother-in-law even makes ready pies. Then it will be drunk in a microwave. We with the husband on a threshold, and at it or her the ready pie !!

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  • You can not only cutlets - stuffed peppers, chops, fried chicken legs and other fragments of chicken carcasses. This is an excellent way for busy and working

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  • I often freeze already ready-there is alwayszanachka, took out of the freezer + boiling water in a frying pan and under the lid, it will be defrosted, warmed up and juicy will be as it absorbs water. Freezed and meat and fish cutlets.

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  • Since there is little time for cooking, and the son does not eatone and the same, then I prepare a lot at once, I pack and freeze the finished product, and not the semi-finished product, when I have to get it. For 3 months stored, the taste does not lose anything (only meat pieces or the same chicken becomes rather dry.)

    I freeze cutlets, stuffed peppers andcabbage rolls (together with sauce in small containers), pies, pancakes simple and stuffed), pancakes, chops, shish kebabs, even the charlotte somehow froze, normally.

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  • Stored indefinitely. When I left the schoolchild's child for two weeks alone, I remembered that in Siberia my wife's husbands were frozen in a long journey to their husbands. His five kilos left - everything was up, just bought bread in the store.

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  • You can freeze it, but the fresh ones are much more delicious

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  • Better, in a half-state, or even better, pure minced meat.

    Ideally - bought - kinked, fried - ate.

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  • Fresh cutlets can be frozen and kept in the freezer for at least a month, nothing will happen to them.

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  • About "unlimitedly long" -that Mr. Ptokhov got excited! ...) You can freeze, of course, but it's better not to keep it, more than a week-fresh, it's always tastier!)))

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