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Sandwich fillings I can make in advance and freeze.

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Fluffycloudland77 Wed 19-Dec-12 17:07:51

I had to buy a lunch today as I was too hungover to make one but if I have a supply in the freezer I can just batch make them and use them up as needed.

What is good for freezing like this?

PigletJohn Wed 19-Dec-12 22:28:38

Ham and mustard, cheese and pickle, peanut butter, jam, beef and horseradish, chicken in white sauce (out of a tin) is better with french mustard stirred in.

No tomato or cucumber, of course.

PigletJohn Thu 20-Dec-12 10:19:37

the reason mine all have mustard or pickle or something, is that the flavour flattens when things are frozen, so they need a bit of perking up.

You might use more pepper, for example.

Fluffycloudland77 Thu 20-Dec-12 14:48:22

Thank you, I can do a batch of them for when I go back to work after Xmas.

AdoraJingleBells Thu 03-Jan-13 02:29:09

I'm going to nick the ham and mustard idea for when DDs go back to school, DD2 loves a bit of mustard.

Thank you very muchlysmile

Fabfood Tue 08-Jan-13 13:59:25

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BluelightsAndSirens Tue 08-Jan-13 15:04:38

I've just made a batch of rolls that you heat in the microwave for a hot lunch.

I trimmed the fat of a shoulder of pork and then slow cooked it on top of a cut onion and a cup of ginger beer. I cooked on high for 8 hours then discarded the liquid, shredded the meat and put it back in the slow cooker with a bottle of bulls BBQ sauce and cooked for another hour.

Once cooled I put in buns and froze and then took one to work today, it was lovely.

Mum2Fergus Tue 08-Jan-13 17:47:57

Lurking...back later smile

Fluffycloudland77 Tue 08-Jan-13 17:55:51

Christ, what did fabfood post to get deleted? I thought it was just about soup?

My cheese and pickle works just fine frozen.

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