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HOW TO FREEZE HOMEGROWN POTATOES

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With extra potatoes one can boil and mash them as usual then make flat patties, place in freezer bags with a slice of onion (or not) on each and freeze them. To eat them put olive oil in a skillet, set the heat low and let them thaw then get hot all in one step. They taste just like freshly mashed.

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Many Thanks, Doll!!

I got these instructions in my inbox under my potatoes pic. :-)) So glad to see them here, also, as a separate post. Didn't "do" potatoes last year, but will be this year. Thank You, again - and Welcome to GOY, as it is affectionately known. :-))

22 Feb, 2010

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That's a really useful tip dhl, I hadn't thought potatoes could be frozen.
Thank you, and welcome to GoY from me.

23 Feb, 2010

 

and welcome from me too ,may try this later in year when (if) my spuddies come up ,:o)

23 Feb, 2010

 

thanks for info and welcome to GOY.

23 Feb, 2010

 

I'll have to try this with the ones I grow this year. Thanks for telling us how to do it.

26 Feb, 2010

 

I usually just mash etc, freeze, then thaw and heat in the microwave if I have too many potatoes, but your way sounds delicious and bypasses the microwave so I will definitely try it next time, thanks:-)

2 Mar, 2010

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