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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    I,m not sure about other kind of chutney but I have frozen green chutney in ice cube tray and when ever needed for any snack i just take required number of cubes and use.

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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    I too froze the Indian food like dal, currys in a small containers made of glass, so that when we reheat in microwave there is no issue of plastic. I dont usually frozen other foods like tamarind juice, onions etc, but I frozen the cut vegetables keeping them in ziplog bags.

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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    I freeze Idli batter, dosa batter, dal for sambhar, cooked red chori, channa dal,cut veggies etc. Always use frozen ziplog bags or glass pyrex container.


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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    I used to freeze Ginger-Garlic paste for 1 week. Its very useful.


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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    you can make patties, samosas, bread rolls , pakoras, and brown or red gravyiess, even palak puree can be stored


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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    Hi everyone.
    Can anyone please tell me tips for frozen chapathi's..


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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    Hi every one, i am also having ,the same question!How to freeze the uncooked chapathi's?


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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    Quote Originally Posted by suryakala View Post
    Hi every one, i am also having ,the same question!How to freeze the uncooked chapathi's?
    Do not roast the chapati fully. Just roll and put on the tawa till the rawness of the dough dissappears. You can cool and freeze in ziplock bags.

    When required, thaw completely. Then roast on tawa as usual.

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    Default Re: Frozen Indian Food

    I think that certain things are better canned than frozen. I have a tomato chutney that I love and I can a number of jars of this and they store nicely for a couple years in the cool basement. Any vinegar based or fruit based chutney would can well and you just do a huge batch and you are good for a long time.


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