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can I freeze a spinach gratin or broccoli dish?

Posted by liz_h (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 10, 12 at 3:48

Hi again! My Thanksgiving kale worked almost fine, so I'm back for help on Christmas dinner. I'll be out of town a few days before Christmas, so would like to have a vegetable dish to pull out of the freezer & bake or reheat on that day. A spinach gratin sounds good. (Could thaw a day ahead of time.) There will be ham, and I'm not sure what else. If a potato gratin would work better, I could probably do that instead - another guest usually brings potatoes, will call my hostess tomorrow to check.


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RE: can I freeze a spinach gratin or broccoli dish?

I think the spinach dish will be fine if frozen - the potato dish not so much. If it were pureed potatoes, it would be a different story, but potato gratin is not quite the same after having been frozen.

If you make a broccoli dish, freeze it before you cook it or only partially cook it.

Lars


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