Freezing SF chips

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  1. CornishPisky

    CornishPisky Full Member

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    I posted this as a answer to a thread but thought this might be useful here. I have found you can do a bulk lot of SF chips & freeze them, then just cook straight from freezer. After the par boiling & shake, spread them onto a tray, cool, then open freeze. Then bag 'em up! Easy, & just take out what you want when you want. They still cook in around 30 mins in a hot oven.
     
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    Thats bloody genius!
     
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    good thinking! how do you "open freeze"? thanks
     
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    and is that you Nic???
     
  6. metrognome

    metrognome is getting better at it

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    thats a very good idea,
    open freeze you lay them out on a tray or sheet in the freezer until frozen that way they dont stick together in one lump
     
  7. Julianne_julz

    Julianne_julz Bears dont dig on dancin'

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    OMG genius!! x
     
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    thank you so much for this! :thankyou:
     
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    whats sf chips sorry to sound thick - new member to sw
     
  10. Dalaney

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    Hi Missy Missy SF chips are great they are sin free chips on a green day you can eat loads of them you cut the potatoes ( i leave the skin on) into chips par boil for a few minutes let then drain then spray with spray lite and bake in the oven until crispy great with eggs and beans on a green day a great sin free meal also with the sin free curry sauce yum
     
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    Also you could weigh them out into bags of 227g for on RED days (would need to weigh them out pre-boiling though I assume).

    Jill
     
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    THANK YOU i am peeling spuds as we speak
    sue
     
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    Thank you so much this is great!!!!!! Xxx
     
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    I might do this, shall add it to my list for cook day :)
     
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    thanks so much for that i also made pot wedges and i think they come out better from the freezer again many thanks:)
     
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    brill idea :D

    will make a batch on Monday, my mammoth cooking day for the weeks recipes.
     
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    You could do the potatoes into wedges in exactly the same way. But you can also par cook the chips/ wedges in the microwave for 7-8 mins instead of par boiling them.
     
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    I am bumping this one (I am going over old recipes for inspiration) - do you think you could just peel the tats, cut them, then freeze them without par boiling? Only that is how I do my SW chips, I never par boil (due to the fact that I like to create minimum washing up!)
     
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    i have some in my freezer that i chucked in a few weeks ago,
    so will find out when i get round to using them lol
     
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