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Freezing Individual Portions of Soup or Stew

When I make soup or stew, I make enough for an army, so I can freeze it for lunch or dinner and not worry about cooking during the week.

I found a great way to freeze individual portions without having to use so many plastic containers. I take the soup bowls that I would be eating the soup or stew in and spray it with a non-stick cooking spray like Pam. I then ladle in the amount for each bowl and place the bowls in the freezer to freeze. I usually have to do this in 2 rounds since there are usually 8 portions and I can't fit the 8 bowls in my freezer all at one time.

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When they are frozen, take them out and place on the counter for about 5 minutes. You can then take a butter knife and "pop" them out of the bowl. I then stack them up in a large freezer bag and store back in the freezer. This way, when I am ready to eat them, I can just take out a serving of soup of chili, place it in the my bowl, and either microwave it or let it defrost at room temperature! Works great!

By Gina from Oklahoma City, OK

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By Paula (Guest Post)
November 8, 20060 found this helpful

I put a serving in gallon ziplock bags and lay them in a baking sheet and put in the freezer. Once they have hardened you can get your baking sheet back out. They stack up nice and neat and flat.

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June 21, 20150 found this helpful

Ice cube trays... can't say it enough...

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and if the portion is important one cube is one ounce so it's very easy to portion control meals.

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