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    Batch cooking?

    Feel a bit silly for asking but would like to start batch cooking food for weekdays and wondered about the process and recipes?

    Thanks in advance...

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    Most things can be frozen all the sw recipies have a symbol by then to say if the can be frozen. But my staples are
    Curry
    Bolegnese
    Stews
    Soup

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    I would agree with the above- "saucy" recipes tend to freeze well! A good tomato based sauce can also be handy to have in the freezer, ready to convert into multiple dishes- pasta/curry/chilli/soup depending on what else you add in terms of meat and spices.
    Just double/triple the quantities, cook as you normally would then divide it into portions. You can use freezer safe zip-lock bags or some use old takeaway plastic tubs with lids/tupperware. Allow the food to cool down before you pop it into the freezer too so your freezer doesn't go into overdrive!
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