Freezers Manchester - Appliance World Manchester
As the cold winter sets in, our natural instinct turns to fire and warmth but your freezer might just be a saviour against heading to the shops in the rain, sleet or snow.
Most choose January to use up the food in their freezer, in order to save money on the Christmas spend, but you can really cut down on your food wastage by freezing everyday items, which will save you money and time in the kitchen.
7% of people say their freezer is jammed packed but they hardly ever use it. Most of us our fridges to store meat and poultry with vegetables coming a close second. And nearly half of us have an emergency meal in there somewhere!
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Were you aware that items such as eggs can be frozen and that herbs could be kept in the freezer?
Half of one in five shopping baskets in Britain are filled with frozen goods, yet almost two million people throw away items in their freezer after two weeks believing they have gone off by this point.
So what can you need your freezer?
Decanted into a suitable container so it won’t split. Thaw and shake before using.
Yes, really! Crack the eggs in a freezer bag, and freeze. Thaw out in the refrigerator and use as you normally would.
Grab a few slices or the whole loaf, depending on your need and will thaw in minutes.
It can be toasted directly from the freezer too.
Separate into portions, pop into a bag and use as required, making sure you thaw it completely. Or grate parmesan and decant into a freezer bag, this keeps for months and you can just scoop some out when you need it.
- Bananas & fruit
Bananas freeze well with the skin off, cut any chosen fruits up and pop into a bag.
Freeze grapes to pop into your wine? Fruit makes a great topping for ice-cream or why not portion your fruit up for a smoothie?
Cook a big batch or freeze leftovers to be used in casseroles or bag individual portions, ensuring you squeeze the air out. Reheat in hot water.
Freeze portions of cooked rice for soups, casseroles or fried rice.
Throw any crisps or crackers close to their sell by date into your freezer! Eat them straight from the freezer for extra crispness.
Chop and portion onions, carrots, broccoli, peppers etc., for time-saving additions to meals of to pop in a casserole.
Freeze fresh herbs in ice cube trays with a little water to use in dishes later in the year.
Did you know that cakes taste better after a 24hr visit to your freezer as it boosts moisture, resulting in a softer, creamier centre?
Freeze Brownies, muffins, waffles, cookies and pancakes for an emergency dessert, accompanied by ice cream of course!
No freezer is complete with the obligatory tub of ice-cream!
These are just a few things that can help you avoid having to go to the shop, saving you time and money. If you’re wondering how you’ll fit all this food in, it might be worth noting that freezer manufacturers give the capacity of their freezers with the shelving included, so removing or rearranging could give you the extra space required.
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