Question by  ryan7333 (13)

Can you freeze stuffed green peppers?


Answer by  buggy418 (632)

Yes, they can be frozen. The best way to freeze them is in a freezer bag or container to prevent freezer burn. They will freeze well for at least six months as long as they are in an air tight container. To make sure you like them after freezing, try Stouffer's brand. They have an excellent frozen pepper.


Answer by  Che (425)

Yes, stuffed green peppers actually freeze quite well. You must be sure to let the peppers cool completely. Then you wrap them well in plastic wrap. Next, put the wrapped peppers in a zip lock back and freeze. You may also wrap them in foil before putting them in the bag.


Answer by  Caryn85 (418)

You can freeze stuffed green peppers, but make sure that wrap it in a freeze bag. It is also really helpful to saturate the outside of the pepper with something like butter or oil. It can be stored for several days or a week or so. I don't suggest keeping it in there too long.


Answer by  becki (229)

Yes, you can. You should cook then thoroughly first then cool them. After they have been cooled,put them in a freezer proof container and store them in the freezer for up to 6 months. If you want to store them longer you should invest in some sort of vacuum system in order to prevent freezer burn.


Answer by  sheryl (29)

If you don't precook the green peppers first they shoulf freeze well for up to 2 weeks. You can parboil the green peppers but only for about 2 minutes otherwise they will be soggy once they have been defrosted. Wrap peppers individually in plastic wrap and stand them upright in a freezer container.

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