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    Question:Vegan- Veggie- Lasagna

    Tue Apr 09, 2013 11:50 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Vegan Veggie Lasagna

    I want to freeze this for a party. Should I cook it first then freeze it or should I freeze it then cook it?
    Tue Apr 09, 2013 12:49 pm Groupie
    Lasagne freeze well, either unbaked or baked. Most people like to bake them prior to freezing, as it becomes firmer upon standing.
    That being said, I'm not sure this recipe SHOULD be frozen. Firm tofu changes texture when frozen and becomes unpleasantly sponge-like. However, this is pureed tofu, so the texture might well be fine after all. I have used silken, not firm tofu, as a ricotta substitute in stuffed shells and lasagne, but have never frozen them; maybe someone who has done so will be along to tell you if it works well. If not, you may want to consider making a batch in advance and seeing how it freezes. You can always eat the test batch!
    At any rate, if you make and freeze it, make sure it's thoroughly thawed prior to baking or reheating.
    Tue Apr 09, 2013 1:43 pm Groupie
    I always freeze before baking, as cooking and reheating changes the flavor and texture of the cheese. In this recipe, however, there is no cheese. I don't know how tofu reacts to freezing.
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