For Bento How to Freeze Fried Foods

For Bento How to Freeze Fried Foods

This is a way to preserve foods that you often find in your lunch box. With just one extra bit of effort you can freeze these foods deliciously.

Ingredients: 1 serving

Tonkatsu (breaded deep fried pork cutlet)
Recipe ID: 1710959
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Thick Tamagoyaki with Just 1 egg
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Shiso Hijiki
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Plain cooked rice
as needed
Miso katsu sauce
Recipe ID: 609201


1. How to freeze fried foods without losing flavor Once the food is freshly fried, leave it to cool before wrapping in kitchen paper, then a tight layer of cling film or aluminium foil.
2. Place the fried foods in a ziplock bag, suck out all of the air with a straw, and seal the bag shut. (Please eat the contents within 2-3 weeks.)
3. You can even store the food after cutting, just make sure that the surface of any meat is very tightly wrapped.
4. On the day of use, thaw the food in a microwave and warm it up in the toaster oven. If you have the time, I recommend thawing it out naturally.
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Story Behind this Recipe

This is a technique that we use a lot at home.