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Posted: 06/12/2012 03:28:18 AM
im making a rhubarb crumble later but when i first stewed and froze the rhubarb i only had 1 storage container holding enough to make about 3 crumbles, when i defrost the rhubarb and make the crumbles will the rhubarb in the crumble be okay to refreeze? or will i be serving dessert to the whole fam?? can anyone help please
Posted: 06/12/2012 07:33:05 AM
I think you better plan on making dessert for the whole neighborhood. I would not refreeze the rhubarb. I think its quality would greatly suffer. I great way to freeze rhubarb in bunches is to just spread the rhubarb out on a cookie sheet and place in the freezer. Once frozen, take out and put into a sealable bag or container; then place back in the freezer immediately. This way the rhubarb remains as loose individual pieces and allows you to remove only the amount you need at the time and place the rest back in the freezer for later use. Go to http://www.recipetips.com/kitchen-tips/t--1375/how-to-freeze-rhubarb.asp to see our information on How to Freeze Rhubarb. This method is shown there along with several others.
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