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    I thought it was okay and do it all the time with no ill effects.

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    Ooh hang on. I take my last post back lol.
    If it was raw when you froze it then you cooked it you can then freeze it again so yes!
    You cant cook it, freeze it, cook it and then freeze it again then defrost to eat !!
    Lol Confusing much !!

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    It doesn't matter if you've cooked it from fresh or frozen, you can still freeze it after its fully cooked.

    I often make a big batch of chicken curry from thigh fillets I've bought on special and frozen and I'll freeze it in single serves for hubby for the nights I can't be bothered cooking :-)

    It's fine, and will be handy to have a pre made snack on hand!

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    You can if it was frozen when raw, then it's cooked, then you freeze it cooked. You just can't freeze then re-freeze when it's in hte same state (so defrost raw then refreeze raw... or cooked).

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    Thanks for all your help! I will freeze... Well might keep 1 or 2 out as a snack


 

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