Best Ways to Freeze potatoes

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Freeze Potatoes to Roast them Later

I like to freeze potatoes because when the potatoes are clean and cut, I can quickly prepare a meal in 30 minutes or an hour by roasting them with some fish or chicken. To freeze the potatoes, you should clean, dry, and then cut them into wedges, Hassel back or fries. If you like you can also add the dressing or herbs before freezing them so you don’t have to worry about it later. I like to drizzle some olive oil on them when I transfer them into a Ziplock bag because it is easier to spread the oil by jiggling the bag. 

Freeze Potatoes to Roast them Later

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Written by Frederick Taylor
2 weeks ago
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For Frying Later

To freeze potato fries, cut equal French fries. Boil a pot of water and add the fries into it. This method is called blanching. When potatoes are blanched for 1-2 minutes, you can strain and transfer them into a bowl of iced water. Let the fries come to room temperature. When the fries have cooled down, get rid of the water and let them dry up a bit. Pack them in boxes or air-tight bags. Pack enough that can be consumed at once. Put the potatoes on the base of the refrigerator. 

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Written by Glen Bridges
2 years ago
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Mashed Potatoes

If you want to store the leftover mashed potatoes or you are preparing mashed potatoes for an entire week’s breakfast, you can easily store the cooked mashed potatoes in the freezer. Let the mashed potatoes cooled down before you transfer them into a freezing air-tight bag. The mashed potatoes have cream, cream cheese, and other ingredients that keep them soft and their texture remain intact. 

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Written by Candy Porter
1 month ago
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Freeze Stuffed Potatoes

Stuffed potatoes are the perfect comfort food on a day when you don’t want to waste a lot of time in the kitchen. You can bake or cook the potatoes as normal and let them cool down. Brush some oil on the surface of the potato and pack them in individual meal-size air-tight bags or foils. You can freeze them for up to 3 months. When you plan on eating the stuffed potatoes, simply defrost them in the microwave and create something delicious!

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Written by Sheryl Gray
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