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can you freeze scalloped potatoes?

Last post Oct 24, 2008 1:44 PM by bjsprybboy_MN . 4 replies.


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  • can you freeze scalloped potatoes?

    After having scalloped potatoes for a fund raiser and having leftovers we would like to know if they could be frozen and used later.  I thought NOT with the milk and potatoes they'd be watery and not taste right; but that's just my thoughts.  Has anyone tryed this?  Thanks

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  • Re: can you freeze scalloped potatoes?

    Yes you can!  We did this at the restraunt several times.  But what we did with the leftovers was to put them into a corn chowder.  Our church just did a big banquet, and with the leftover ham, veggies, and scalloped potatoes, they are going to turn that into another fund raiser, just with soup and buns, as they have a good start on the soup already.  I am not sure how they would hold up to bake again for a side dish though.

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  • Re: can you freeze scalloped potatoes?

    I put them in soup all the time too, any kind of soup.

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  • Re: can you freeze scalloped potatoes?

    thanks for the quick replies!!!  I think soup would be good for a fall supper. 

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