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    Can u freeze Chicken and Dumplings????

    Mama's Kitchen (Hope)
    Wed Nov 01, 2006 6:50 pm Groupie
    I have a large bowl of Chicken and Dumplings - fluffy dumplings not noodles- and I am wondering if I can freeze them???

    Any advice is welcome!

    cook from scratch
    Sat Dec 23, 2006 7:27 am Groupie
    YES! Do it all the time. What I have found to work best is to use a good freezer bag and lay flat in the freezer (make sure all the air is out, of course!) When you get ready to eat them, you can defrost in the bag or what I have been doing since the whole plastic-in-the-micro thing is to take them out the day before and let them defrost in the fridge. You can alos cut open the bag and defrost them in a micro-safe bag.


    Annie H
    Sun Dec 31, 2006 12:04 am
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    I would go ahead and freeze them, but when reheating I might reheat the dumplings seperately if you want them to stay fluffy. If you don't mind them getting more moist then go ahead and reheat it all together, but the freezing time in addition to the thawing time means that the dumplings will have longer to absorb more liquid.

    Hope this helps!
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