KosherEye
<<< o >>> Rice Fit for a King <<< o >>> Homemade Date-Honey <<< o >>> Root Vegetable Tsimmes with Date-Honey <<< o >>> Crustless Pumpkin Custard with Date-Honey <<< o >>> Sweet and Sour Meatballs with Date-Honey <<< o >>> Apple Honey Jar <<< o >>> Apple and Honey Cake <<< o >>> Open-faced Italian Plum Tart with a Meurbeteig Crust <<< o >>> Apple and Honey Cake <<< o >>> Marich Premium Chocolate <<< o >>>
Bookmark and Share
PDF Print E-mail

Tip for Freezing Baked Goods

When freezing baked goods, make sure that they are thoroughly cooled. Place in a freezer bag and close almost all the way. Insert a straw into the opening and suck out all of the air and then seal. This technique removes any chance of ice crystals forming in the bag, which would change the texture and flavor of your baked product. Almost any food can be frozen this way.

Tina Wasserman, author of Entrée to Judaism


blog comments powered by Disqus
 
round-facebook round-twitter pinterest round-rss
World Of Judaica
kol_foods
Daniel_Ad_3
We welcome relevant Google Ads but can't take responsibility for their kashrut or content.