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ELLEN'S KITCHEN
freezing matza balls
elaine
04/04/09
can anyone tell me if when they froze matza balls if they turned darker when sitting on a dark cookie sheet?
elaine
04/04/09
are they still safe to eat?
ellen
04/04/09
If they were cooked fresh and frozen immediately they are still safe to eat. Let's see if readers can help with the color change; does your recipe use any potato starch, because that will definitely discolor.
ellen
04/04/09
Many experienced Jewish cooks freeze them before cooking, by the way.
gramma jzb
04/06/09
do you have to thaw frozen matza balls, before warming in soup?
ellen
04/06/09
No, they do better if you heat them directly in the soup from frozen.
ellen
04/06/09
You can read lots of different ways to freeze them by searching google with the words-- freeze matzoh balls-- as the search topic.
grammajzb
04/06/09
i saw some frozen matzah balls in a kosher store and it said on the label to put them into the soup frozen ,bring it to a boil and heat for 20 minutes.
ellen
04/06/09
Yes. They stay lighter and fluffier.
Eleanor
04/13/11
I have been freezing the matzoh ball mixture BEFORE cooking them...
Drop into soup or boiling water when ready to use. ( 35 minutes or so). So far.. NO COMPLAINTS!! LOL
 
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