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Freezing Fresh Lasagne

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berniecuddles | 13:20 Fri 21st Nov 2014 | Recipes
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hi all gonna make 6 single lasagnes on Sunday i am going to freeze them do i have to cook them 1st or can i just freeze them uncooked? thx

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I would cook them first -I tried freezing raw fresh lasagna once and it was a disaster.
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lol thx now i'm confused
have you ever tried freezing fresh lasagna piper? It goes all crumbly.
I would cook them (twice cooked tastes better)
Why not make one big one and cut it up into six?
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Bernie -I tried freezing fresh lasagna and the texture became all crumbly went like breadcrumbs. This is just my experience of it but it would be a shame to spoil 6 lasagnas.
I agree with retrochic.
Sheets of lasagne are not the same if you freeze them.

Plus, if you cook them before freezing it will save time when you actually need the lasagnes
Listen to me, bernie

The two posters above are laydeees, so therefore are cooks. I'm obviously a proper chef.
Cook it first. I always cook extra so that I can freeze a few portions.
piper the clue maybe in the title of the post 'Freezing FRESH lasagna
Either Bernie.
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right decision made gonna cook 6 freeze 4 of em eat 2 sunday thx all
Sunday? Will you be having them with yorkshires?
Gosh 'Piper' I'm sorry if you really thought what I said was rude I shall make a note of your sensitive nature and mind my P's and Q's next time -sorry.
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good idea talbot lol



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oh bernie I love lasagna one of my favorites I can bring a nice mixed salad,some garlic bread and a nice bottle of Red....

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