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Thread: Freezing Fresh Pasta

  1. #1
    Tanya Guest

    Default Freezing Fresh Pasta

    I have started making fresh pasta and would like to know if it can be
    frozen?

    If it can be frozen is it best to freeze after kneading or after it is
    cut?

    But still, can it be frozen both ways?

    How long does it keep when it is thoroughly dried?

  2. #2
    Paul M. Cook Guest

    Default Re: Freezing Fresh Pasta


    "Tanya" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >I have started making fresh pasta and would like to know if it can be
    > frozen?
    >
    > If it can be frozen is it best to freeze after kneading or after it is
    > cut?
    >
    > But still, can it be frozen both ways?
    >
    > How long does it keep when it is thoroughly dried?


    Either way works fine. It will keep for several months in the freezer.

    Paul



  3. #3
    ViLco Guest

    Default Re: Freezing Fresh Pasta

    Tanya wrote:

    > I have started making fresh pasta and would like to know if it can be
    > frozen?
    >
    > If it can be frozen is it best to freeze after kneading or after it is
    > cut?


    The most comfortable method is to cut the dough, then let it dry a bit (not
    thoroughly) and then freeze it. Then you can grab the amount you need and it
    will thaw very quickly.

    > How long does it keep when it is thoroughly dried?


    I think dried pasta should last a lot if throughly dried, but my tagliatelle
    have never survived more than a couple days so I don't know. The egg-noodle
    boxes I see in store have very long expiry date and "best before" date.
    --
    ViLco
    Let the liquor do the thinking




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