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Quick help - have I given my kids food poisoning?

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BiscuitStuffer Wed 04-Nov-09 16:38:32

I am SO stupid - I made a prawn curry using cooked frozen prawns and then froze the left overs and have thawed and heated to smithereens to give them tonight, I can't believe I've done this.

Is it inevitable that they will be poorly and after how long from eating?

I am such a stupid twat.

Furball Wed 04-Nov-09 16:45:18

Don't beat yourself up.

Because you froze the prawns after they'd been cooked it should be OK.

Furball Wed 04-Nov-09 16:46:17

oh hang on you used cooked frozen prawns the first time.

well......I don't know then smile

pooexplosions Wed 04-Nov-09 19:50:52

they'll be fine, seriously. Done the same loads of times..on purpose! Some of the rules are meant to be broken (if you are careful)

Don't stress, I'm sure they are fine.

eyetunes Wed 04-Nov-09 19:52:07

i think it should be fine if you have heated to smithers, surely that would kill anything.

Goober Wed 04-Nov-09 19:54:27

Tis fine. Really.

BiscuitStuffer Wed 04-Nov-09 21:03:15

Thanks everso much everyone - what a panic. I'm fine to reheat it but I wasn't sure about freezing previously frozen as it categorically states not to on the prawn packet.Thanks everso much everyone - what a panic. I'm fine to reheat it but I wasn't sure about freezing previously frozen as it categorically states not to on the prawn packet.

BecauseImWorthIt Wed 04-Nov-09 21:06:06

If they are cooked and then you freeze the result, you will be fine.

What it means is don't take the packet of prawns out, defrost them, and then re-freeze them.

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