yoghurt in curries

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  1. niknaks

    niknaks Silver Member

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    Can you help please. I know you add this ingredient at the end but can you freeze and reheat curries with this ingredient in?

    Urgent repsonses please if you may :p xx
     
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    Hi, i havent tried freezing it to be honest hun, but i always add a bit of fat free yoghurt to my curries. I am not sure how it would freeze, you could always just freeze a curry and then add the yoghurt once your heating it up. Sorry couldnt be more helpful, didnt want to read and run! xx
     
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    Thanks :)

    I have made the curry up in the pan and will freeze left overs without yoghurt in. Cheers for your quick responses . xx
     
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    I've frozen my curry with yoghurt in and they've been ok when reheated.
     
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