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Can you Freeze Pimento Cheese? Yes, you can as we tend to freeze food is that it’s cheaper to buy in bulk, and then, of course, you have to put it in the freezer to stop it from going off.
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Can you Freeze Pimento Cheese (How to)

Can you freeze Pimento cheese? Yes, you can; I've tried it, I found that the texture wasn't so good, learn what happened when I froze it.
Course: snacks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: can you freeze pimento cheese
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Equipment

  • Ziploc bag
  • Aluminum foil

Materials

  • pimento cheese (leftover)

Instructions

  • Transfer the cheese into some plastic food wrap and tighten the package as much as you can. Wrap around with foil to tighten more; it will help to retain some of the cheese’s texture, but not 100%.
  • Place the wrapped cheese into another airtight container or heavy-duty Ziploc bag.
  • Seal, label, and date. Store for up to three months in the freezer.

Notes

Please be warned that the texture will not be as good as when it was fresh.
That’s just the way it is. Whereas once the texture was smooth and creamy, it will become drier and a little grainy after freezing.
Once frozen and defrosted, I recommend using it in a recipe and other ingredients to disguise its texture.
The taste, though not as good as when fresh, should still be okay.
Another possibility is to blend and use it as a dip. If you do, add a little water for smoothness.