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    Default Making Lasagne to freeze

    Hello, I want to cook a lasagne to freeze for later on in the week.

    I am using dry pasta sheets. my question is when do I bake it? before freezing or do I assemble and freeze it without baking?

    I have never made a lasagne before.

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    I bake then freeze :-)

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    Cook then freeze

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    I bake than freeze too.

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    Bake then freeze.

    I also don't use onion in my cooking if I'm going to freeze something as it goes of really quickly after thawing out I have found - just my opinion though

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    thanks guys! I'll get cooking!!


 

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