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Tuna Pasta Bake eaten cold after accidentally left in oven overnight and placed in fridge first thing

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Zac13 Wed 12-Jul-17 14:21:59

Basically what the title says.

Although I've already had a plateful, is a tuna Pasta Bake safe to eat cold after being left in the oven overnight and placed in fridge in the morning? (I had it cold about 5/6 hours after it being placed in fridge)

The reason I ask, is because I did not know it was accidentally left in oven overnight first.

It smelled ok and tasted fine so?

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Atkinsfat Wed 12-Jul-17 14:22:45

It will be fine

2014newme Wed 12-Jul-17 14:23:41

Yes
Altho cold pasta BAKE sounds vile!

Zac13 Wed 12-Jul-17 14:25:04

I bloody love it cold!

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FartnissEverbeans Wed 12-Jul-17 15:08:34

I love it cold too! I'm sure it'll be fine

PumpkinSpiceEverything Wed 12-Jul-17 15:46:31

Are you pregnant (and therefore need to be extra cautious)? If not, absolutely fine. I'm totally guilty of leaving leftovers in the oven overnight blush

drinkingtea Wed 12-Jul-17 15:48:41

If you're a healthy non pregnant adult then if it tastes ok don't give it a second thought.

KnobOfStork Wed 12-Jul-17 15:50:15

I leave pans of curry or pasta out on the back of the hob sometimed uncovered for days until I've finished them and just boil them for ages overnight because I don't have very much fridge space and I've always been fine. Smell and sliminess is one of many good indicators.

LIZS Wed 12-Jul-17 15:51:40

I'd reheat it.

TinklyLittleLaugh Wed 12-Jul-17 15:57:37

Mine take it to school so it is our of the fridge for a couple of hours then.

pinkhorse Wed 12-Jul-17 16:08:26

I do this al, the time, most weeks in fact. It'll be fine!

McCheese Mon 17-Jul-17 18:48:39

It's not something I would do purely as being a chef food safety is ingrained in me. Bacteria grows between 5c - 63c so ideally perishable food like meat/fish needs to be served outside of that temperature range. I personally wouldn't have eaten it unless it had been stored correctly overnight. However you'll most likely be fine...but it does seriously increase the risk of food poisoning.

Zac13 Mon 17-Jul-17 20:12:00

Nothing happened, I was fine!

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