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Can you freeze a batch of home-cooked sticky ribs?

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PestoSwimissimos Tue 21-May-13 18:00:32

Or do I have to store in the fridge once cool and eat them another day? I've never had a whole (large) portion left-over before, so I was unsure.

Don't want to get salmonelli!!

Thank you Oh Wise Ones grin

PestoSwimissimos Tue 21-May-13 18:16:08

I'm currently letting them cool down in a foil container...

<< awaits response>>

CointreauVersial Tue 21-May-13 18:20:17

You can freeze anything, really.

They'll be fine, just wait until cool and freeze away.

Defrost fully and reheat well before eating.

Fairyloo Tue 21-May-13 18:37:08

OP share your recipe sounds lovely!!!

PestoSwimissimos Tue 21-May-13 18:46:46

Oh great, am pleased I can freeze them smile

As for the recipe, I bought pork ribs and put them in the slow cooker. Then I covered them with a mixture of the following (all mixed up in a jug first):

Soya sauce
Maple syrup
Worcester sauce
Tomato ketchup
Tomato puree
A little bit of cornflour
Tiny chopped up mushrooms
& diet coke!

Then i cooked on low heat for about 8 hours - they were delish!!

pinksomething Tue 21-May-13 19:59:42

NO!! Definitely not!!! Don't freeze them. It won't work. You'll get ill.

Pop them round here. I'll eat them for you grin grin grin

PestoSwimissimos Wed 22-May-13 08:12:43

Too late pinksomething grin

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