Freezing food question

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  1. Gettingthinnerbytheday

    Gettingthinnerbytheday Gold Member

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    I have just made some tuna & sweetpotato fish cakes for my children & have loads left over.

    I am thinking about freezing them, but want to know if I should cook them first or freeze them coated on breadcrumbs but uncooked?

    The filling is cooked so its a case of re-heating while frying them off.

    Also - once frozen,would I be ok oven baking from frozen?

    Thanks
     
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    I usually prefer defrosting things first but only because it can be difficult to judge if something is properly cooked otherwise

    But I think you will be fine doing it that way
     
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    Yeah I thought I might be better defrosting them first. I will give it a go & use hubby as a guinee pig first :D x
     
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