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#1 of 5 Old 07-19-2005, 03:36 PM - Thread Starter
 
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If I am making a casserole to freeze and that casserole is held together with an egg & buttermilk "custard".... do I freeze it uncooked or cooked???
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I've never frozen egg/buttermilk combos, but I do make an egg/milk/bread/cheese casserole that freezed great uncooked, but gets a weird texture if I freeze it cooked.
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EFmom - Do you then defrost the casserole before you bake it? Or stick it in the oven still frozen?
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I usually let it defrost at least for a few hours.
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I freeze quiche cooked, which is mainly egg and regular milk.
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