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classylady Jun 16, 2012 08:59 AM

I made eggplant rotini and the servings are for 6 people. Is it possible to freeze the rotini without changing the taste of the eggplant.

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  1. roxlet RE: classylady Jun 16, 2012 09:09 AM

    I would think so. Not that this is any gauge to good taste, but the supermarket refrigerator section is filled with various kinds of eggplant dishes.

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      Nanzi RE: roxlet Jun 16, 2012 10:13 AM

      I have done it successfully many times.

    2. todao RE: classylady Jun 16, 2012 04:30 PM

      I suspect your dish is eggplant "rollatini" and, if so, it'll freeze just fine. Just make sure it's properly sealed (vacuum sealed is best) to avoid freezer burn and odor/flavor transfers.

      1. Bacardi1 RE: classylady Jun 16, 2012 05:10 PM

        Yup - it'll freeze just fine if properly wrapped. While I've not frozen Rollatini, I freeze Eggplant Parmagian all the time & it defrosts & reheats in the microwave just fine. What I do is cut the leftovers into individual serving size portions & wrap tightly in ClingWrap, then put all of the portions into a labeled Ziploc freezer bag. When I need a portion or two, I just remove what I need & briefly run it under warm water to loosen the ClingWrap, then proceed to nuking.

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          HillJ RE: classylady Jun 16, 2012 05:41 PM

          Today's rollatini is tomorrows "fight you for it" sandwich. Would never make the freezer in my house but...it freezes just fine.

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