Many housewives prepare pancakes for the future, because it is very convenient due to the saving of time and effort. It is enough to knead the dough and the filling once, warm the pan, and the pancakes can last for 3 months. However, for storage, you need to freeze pancakes, and how to do it right is described in the article.
To prevent pancakes from sticking together, they need to be properly frozen. There are several rules for this.
Cooked pancakes without filling, the first thing you need to cool.
Further, there are 2 technologies for their preparation for freezing:
To freeze stuffed pancakes, you must use one of the instructions below:
To prepare frozen pancakes, you do not need to defrost them first. The only thing to do is remove the cling film. Typically, a frying pan, oven, microwave or slow cooker is used to prepare such a dish.
For this method of cooking, pancakes rolled into tubes or envelopes are more suitable.
You can cook any frozen pancakes in the oven.
This method of preparation does not imply the appearance of a blush on the pancake surface, so it is best to defrost those pancakes in the microwave that were frozen in a pile.
To cook pancakes in a slow cooker, you must first remove the food wraps from them.
For baking you need:
How to do:
The pancake is fried until a golden blush appears, and then flips to the other side.
For cooking you will need:
A little cream is placed in each pancake, and then it is wrapped in a base tube.
The following products will be required:
Step by step cooking:
How to cook:
For cooking you need:
All pancakes prepared according to the described recipes can be frozen. It is worth considering that each such dish has its own shelf life. Ordinary pancakes without filling can be stored in the freezer for 3 months. Dessert with cottage cheese - not more than a month, and with meat and mushroom filling - not more than 2 months. By the way, if onions were added to the filling, then such frozen pancakes should be consumed within 2 weeks, since with further storage onions tend to oxidize and cause an unpleasant burping.