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10/4/18 10:42 A

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I you plan on freezing dishes like scalloped or au gratin potatoes, I would try removing the dish before the potatoes finished cooking to protect their texture and put in freezer once the dish has cooled. This might help, let me know.


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8/31/18 10:05 A

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I would cut and blanch the potatoes for a few minutes, dry well, and freeze. I haven't ever tried to freeze cooked potatoes and am suspicious of how the texture would turn out. Maybe someone else has good tips for storing cooked ones!

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8/30/18 8:09 P

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Does anyone have any good recipes for potatoes that can be frozen and cooked later? I just started working on a low carb diet, but had purchased some Yukon Gold potatoes before that to make soup with when it got cold for a while. I don't want the entire bag to go bad, but last time I tried to freeze something like mashed potatoes and potato soup, they turned out terrible. I have some information for hash browns. Can something like scalloped potatoes or au graten potatoes be made, then put in small containers and frozen? Any ideas would be appreciated.



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