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Mashed potato in the freezer? Does that really work??? This could be life-changing ;)


----Works a treat.roughly mash the potatoes with a minimum of milk (I use skim as we are both keen to reduce fat). When defrosted as a bit more milk, mash to a smoother consistency and reheat in the microwave! Easy!


What a brilliant idea, freezing mashed potatoes. I shall do that when my as-yet-unplanted-crop grow to maturity next year. Thanks for the tip.

---Another advantage is that it is so easy,just make an extra load or two and freeze that.

Yolanda Elizabet

What a great idea to store the potatoes mashed in the freezer and the same goes for the ice cube parley pesto! Now why didn't I think of that?

Happy mashing John! ;-)

----Give it a go. You won't regret it!!!

Sue Swift

Hi John,
I've always avoided freezing potatoes, particularly in soups and stews because they become completely yucky, but mashed? Have never tried. perhaps I'll give it a go...

---Do try it Sue. I've never had a problem with the mash. Didn't know it was a problem with soups. So you wouldn't advise freezing say leek and potato soup?

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