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Inari/aburage question

post #1 of 5
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I bought some of those little deep fried tofu pouches (auburage) today to make inari. They were in the refrigerated section in a plastic pack. Does anyone know if I can freeze what aburage I don't use for later?

trac
post #2 of 5
never heard of them. They sound interesting. what are you making with them??
post #3 of 5
yes! You can freeze them. I do that all the time. If you get the non-seasoned kind (they look like puffy little golden sponges), they get moldy really quickly, so freeze them until just before you need them. The darker-brown pre-seasoned pouches will last for quite a while without freezing, so you could just keep them in the fridge if you'll be using them within a month or two.
post #4 of 5
Thread Starter 
Thanks karenM!



PortableKitten - Auburage are deepfried little tofu pouches that you stuff with seasoned sushi-type rice. They are delicious. Here are some links with some pictures that explain more:



http://katerinaplus.com/sushi/index....products_id=19



http://www.japan-guide.com/e/e2038.html

trac
post #5 of 5
I have frozen them and they taste fine after.
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