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Answered 2 years ago

I have some Dahl left over, am going to wrap in puff pastry and make a sort of Curry Puff .... Can i freeze the puffs (pre cooked)? And would i just cook them from frozen? Im just unsure about using puff pastry from the freezer then returning it to the freezer??? help!

Also anyone have a simple dipping sauce idea?


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2 years ago
Should be fine. I do this when I make a big batch of sausage rolls.

As for sauces, maybe a mint yoghurt or something?

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2 years ago
Thank you! Sorry if this is stupid question, when you make sausage rolls, do you cook the meat first then wrap in pastry or wrap raw meat, freeze then cook?

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2 years ago
I wrap raw then freeze. But I have also wrapped, cooked and then frozen as well and then just heat up when needed.

ANSWER
2 years ago
If you defrost something, the best way is to cook it before freezeing. If you make your own dough, you can freeze raw.

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2 years ago
Made them, but were so delicious we ate then all and had none left to freeze!

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2 years ago
sounds yummy darl πŸ˜‚

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2 years ago
For pastry and lentils I think fine. Id be more worried only about chicken fish or rice.

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2 years ago
I think it's fine. You can freeze something raw, defrost, cook, then freeze.

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2 years ago
Chuck it out