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A jar of homemade salsa.

Freezing SalsaWhether you bought bulk salsa or made a lot at home, freezing salsa is a good way to preserve it for later. This is a page about freezing salsa.

 

Freezing Cheese Dip

Freezing Cheese Sauce and DipThis is a page about freezing cheese sauce or dip. Try freezing, when looking for ways to store extra cheese sauce or dip.

 

A bowl of alfredo sauce next to a scoop of parmesan.

Freezing Alfredo Sauce?Freezing is a good technique for either storing made ahead dishes or leftovers. Alfredo sauce can be frozen in either case.

 

A container of frozen tomato sauce.

Freezing Tomato SauceExtra tomato sauce can easily be frozen for later use. Popular methods include freezing it in ice cube trays or plastic zipper storage bags.

 

Ice cube tray, tart tins, and muffin tins filled with tomato paste

Freezing Tomato PasteRecipes often do not call for the use for full can of tomato paste, leaving leftovers. This is a page about freezing tomato paste.

 

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Freezing Beef Roast Gravy?Can I freeze the gravy from my beef roast?

 

bowl of marinara sauce

Freezing Spaghetti SauceYou can save time preparing meals by making a large batch of your favorite Italian seasoned tomato sauce and freezing it. This is a page about freezing spaghetti sauce.

 

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Freezing Hollandaise Sauce?I like hollandaise sauce, but live alone and end up throwing out most of it. Does anyone have a single recipe or can I freeze the remainder to eat later?

 

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Freeze Leftover Tomato Sauce in Ice CubesSometimes when you have to use a small can of tomato sauce, you may not need more than 3-4 tablespoons. Instead of keeping it the fridge, "just in case I need it" and then finding it after a month moldy, I pour the remaining sauce into ice cube trays and freeze them.

 

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Freezing Tomato Sauce?Can I make homemade tomato sauce and freeze it instead of using the water bath method?

 

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Freezing Cheese Sauce?I had a gallon of milk and lots of cheese and I was going on vacation and I didn't want to throw them away. I made a large batch of cheese sauce and I wanted to know if I could freeze it and if so for how long?

 

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Freezing Alfredo Sauce?Can you freeze Alfredo sauce? Can you freeze cooked pasta (without sauce), and if so, how would you go about defrosting it? Thanks

 

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Freezing Tomato Sauce?My recipe called for only 1/2 cup tomato sauce. Can I safely freeze the remainder of the can in half cup portions for future use? And if so, for how long will it retain its goodness?

 

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Freezing Spaghetti Sauce?What kind of bags do you use in boiling water? When I freeze my sauce, I use regular freezer bags. I don't think I can safely boil those. Thanks for taking the time for my question.

 

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