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Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?

Last post Mar 23, 2007 3:23 PM by TxDebi . 7 replies.


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  • Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    I made too much spaghetti -
    Have too much food in the fridge -
    (could have a lot worse problems! :)
    But, need room in there for some other things and don't want to throw out the noodles.

    Can I freeze them with success?

    Debbie
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    Debi

  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    Yes, it works great. To thaw you can either rinse them with hot water or drop them into boiling water until just heated through.
    chefly
    False
  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    I make a crockpot dish called Tuscan Chicken Pasta which calls for spaghetti and, since it makes such a lot and I share half with my son, I freeze half of the cooked recipe in freezer bags. I've never had a problem. The only thing is that the noodles will be a bit softer when thawed.

    Anne
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  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    Thanks so much!
    In the freezer it goes -
    Deb
    False

    Debi

  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    Think about what frozen dinners you can purchase, Spaghetti is a biggie , a top seller, Stouffers etc so yes you can freeze it .


    Alliea
    False

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  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    Yeah, I didn't think about the frozen spaghetti dinners....

    I just put it all in the freezer -
    it will be really good one day when I don't have time to make dinner!
    :)
    Thanks again
    Debbie
    False

    Debi

  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    I freeze spaghetti noodles in vacuum sealed bags. Like chefly, I just open and plunge the noodles into boiling water for a minute and it's just like the first time!
    False
  • RE: Can you freeze cooked spaghetti noodles?
    Thanks to you too MissEllie -
    :)
    False

    Debi