Things i can freeze in bulk!!!

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  1. glittermama

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    Hiya everyone!

    Just wondering if anyone has any recipes for things i can freeze in bulk...e.g bolognase, chilli etc..

    Any good pasta sauce recipes (free on green?)

    I have a demanding 1 year old and often making everything from scratch all the time just isnt quick enough!!!

    Many thanks in advance!!!
     
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    Pretty much anything will be okay to freeze - the only thing you need to be wary of is RF dairy stuff

    So stews\chill\bolognese\curry\tomato based sauces will all freeze well

    If you had a curry with added yoghurt I would freeze it first and add the yoghurt when you reheat it

    This link should help a bit

    To freeze or not to freeze? - Recipe features - Recipes - BBC Good Food
     
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    Thank you :) Other Half is a chef so hes always going on about what to freeze etc.

    Still looking for any syn free recipes!!
     
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    I'm new to SW so forgive me if I get this wrong, I think this is syn free but feel free to correct me, please

    Use fry light to fry 2 red onions, chopped garlic (I sometimes put a squidge of the puree in instead) and some bacon strips (with the fat removed of course) and then add 2 tins of chopped tomato, a couple of table spoons of tomoto puree and a splash of soy sauce to taste. I sometimes throw in a bit of chilli powder too.

    When it's bubbling throw in some already cooked pasta shapes and simmer for 5 mins. Voila, tis done! :D

    It's really easy to cook, no messing about with weighing or measuring. It's great for using up bits and bobs, sometimes I use chicken instead of bacon and I sometimes pad it out by putting peas or sweetcorn in it.

    I usually cook a big pan of it by doubling up the ingredients and then portioning it up and freezing it.

    Hope that helps and like I said, if it's not syn free please tell me
     
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    The tomatoe puree would have low syns but depending on portion size, it might be too small to count :)
     
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    Welcome to the newbies, sounds like a big recipe so like Josie said, probably negligible sins. Sounds good too think I will try it. I keep meaning to have a 'cook day' and freeze up a lots of quick meals as I, too, sometimes struggle with time. Anything else you find, please share!
     
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    All the recipes on here are low syn or syn free so probably best just to go browsing or do a search if you want a particular dish :)
     
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