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Just wondering if anyone has had any success freezing satay’ s?

I think I need to add a new meal to my menu and as always, looking for quick and simple.

Thinking a jar or satay sauce, quorn chicken peices, and a bag of frozen veggies cooked up and put over rice/quinoa and then freeze.

Just want to make sure it won’t go wierd So was after some advice :)

Posted by Mom466555, 22nd August 2019

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  • We have tried a few and have luck. Just be careful with rice as I find it doesn’t a always defrost well

  • I often meal prep satay chicken and rice and freeze them for work lunches. They turn out absolutely fine :)

  • it will freeze fine but i would not recommend freezing for more than 3 months.
    i actually make my satay using a satay marinade and a tin of coconut milk. heat reduce done.

  • I think all meals that you freeze have a different texture when they’re thawed and eaten. But they still taste good, do I eat tgem

  • I have frozen a satay before and it was fine.

  • I freeze satays regularly, but without veggies.

  • Definitely fine to freeze – it’s one of my go-to’s when I’m having a cooking frenzy!!
    Stick with an easy put it together recipe, rather than a jar as then you can choose your heat etc. I just cook the meat & sauce and add veggies and/or rice when reheating on the night but generally speaking, if you had it all in one container then it should be fine, just not quite like cooking it all fresh.

  • Satay’s seem fine with rice when I freeze them. Rice is always a good option. Veggies are best to freeze when fresh then cook up, I don’t freeze too many veggie frozen meals. Good luck.

  • Yes I’ve frozen homemade satay sauce successfully.

  • It will freeze and reheat great, I always bulk cook lots of my meals and my currys and satays always reheat and taste great

  • I don’t recommend freezing the sauce unless you’re okay with the texture changing (it will break and clump).

  • Depends on if there is a cream base i try to not freeze creamy sauces

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