Mash and Freeze Sale Potatoes

I buy potatoes when they are on sale. Then I boil them, mash them, and seal them in serving size containers and put them in the freezer. It's so nice to be able to just take out as much as I need and microwave it. Beats eating instant mashed potatoes!


By ilovesophie

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September 26, 20090 found this helpful

What a great idea. Also will come in handy when I have potatoes trying to get eyes on me. I can cook them up before I lose them. Hey, I guess you could add butter and garlic or butter and cheese to your potatoes before you freeze them and have fancy potoatoes. This is a 5 star idea for sure.

September 27, 20090 found this helpful

This is a great idea. I've been doing this for some time now. You can also slice them and have ready to fry potatoes.

September 28, 20090 found this helpful

Buy potatoes in bulk or when they going on special. Peel,slice for chips or cube for salads or for currys or for breyani. Rinse in cold water and dry on paper towel. Heat enough sunflower oil and blanch them for few minutes.


Remove and drain well in a strainer. Place on trays and place in the freezer. When they are frozen pack in containers or sealable bags and store in the freezer.

February 15, 20180 found this helpful

Hi, I freeze potatoes, especially when I do stuffed potatoes. When I go to use them, I head them gently and then turn them up to 150 about. I have not had problems when doing this.

It's best to vacuum seal, but if you do not have one, try this. Take some tin foil cut to the size you need, then you wrap what you want. Just make sure that it is crushed to what you want frozen.


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