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30 Day Cooking Freezer Meal Recipes

30 Day Cooking Freezer Meal Recipes



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Published by: rmorgan1@kc.rr.com on May 24, 2008
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Freezer meal tips and shortcuts
Use frozen onions and bell peppers. They are cheaper and already chopped. Use mincedgarlic in jars.
Cook meat a day in advance. This saves time on cooking day and all ingredients are ready for cooking. I like to marinate and grill chicken a day in advance when recipes call for cubedchicken. I also like to freeze some grilled chicken breasts that we can use during the month insalads or pasta.
Buy a container that will fit a gallon freezer bag. Fold the edges of the bag over the container.Makes easier for dumping ingredients. Use the freezer bags for mixing. Just seal it up andsquish the ingredients.
Lay freezer meal bags flat to freeze. You can easily stack many meals in even a small freezer if you lay flat and stack.
Experiment with the recipes you use every day. Many recipes can be even partially preparedahead of time – usually the most time consuming parts – which can save a lot of time onserving day.
Pasta and rice don’t freeze well. I wait and prepare these on serving day.
If you’re looking for an easy place to start, double your favorite recipe and freeze one.
Find recipes that will incorporate your food storage.
On serving night, use a rice cooker. Rice in a rice cooker doesn’t have to be babysat so youcan still be running kids or helping with homework while dinner is cooking.
Chicken Cordon Bleu Pockets
Crescent roll dough1/3 c sour cream¼ c grated parmesan cheese½ c shredded swiss cheese2 c chicken breast, cooked and diced1 c ham, cooked and dicedIn a mixing bowl, mix the sour cream, parmesan cheese, and swiss cheese. Add the diced chickenand ham and toss until coated. Evenly divide the filling between the pockets using about ¼ c of mixture per pocket. Fold one side of the pocket over the other side. Seal the edges by pressingwith the tines of a fork. Transfer the pockets to a cookie sheet. Bake at 375 for 10 minutes carefulnot to brown.Cool on baking sheet then freeze individually. When frozen completely, seal in a freezer bag.

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