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Can you reheat or freeze and then reheat things made from Quorn - like Shepherds Pie?

(6 Posts)
johnbarrowmanlovesme Sun 31-Aug-08 22:38:10

This is true PP. Handy hint for you, if you e-mail the Quorn website with your question (even though you already know the answer) they answer your question then very kindly send you a little booklet on quorn recipes & a few £1 off Quorn tokens.

yes even quorn mince.

In fact, pretty much anything can be cooked, frozen and then re-heated (some exeptions obviously, but more because they won't survive the extreme temperatures without the texture being altered, rather than for any safety issues.

PanicPants Sat 30-Aug-08 12:54:20

Even quorn mince? Not that it being mince makes much difference does it?

Yes

yes you can freeze and re-heat quorn.

PanicPants Sat 30-Aug-08 12:43:55

Have made huge shepherds pie for dinner, and there is so much left over that it is a shame to bin it. But I don't know if you can save leftover recipes made from quorn and reheat for tomorrow?

Or even freeze it for another day?

Anyone do this with quorn?

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