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    Default freezing home made pasties.

    This is a really dumb question.

    I have just made a hole heap of pasties, I made way too many, do you cook them before freezing or freeze then cook when ready to eat?

    Thanks.

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    I'd freeze them raw, if you freeze them cooked, the pastry might go soggy when they're defrosted.

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    Thanks for the speedy reply!! I was thinking the same thing.

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    I freeze my sausage rolls both uncooked and cooked. The former comes out better, but the latter is still nice and much quicker as you're only reheating once thawed. Either way will be fine

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    We use the frozen pastry and freeze the cooked mince/filling and then make the pasties as we need them.

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    Thanks everyone. I ended up freezing them uncooked.


 

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