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Can fish be frozen after it has been cooked but has been in the fridge for 2 days after cooking?

I was expecting a group of people over for supper 2 days ago and we were going to eat battered, fried fish with side dishes. Unfortunately that didnt happen and I ate a little of the fish but there is a lot of fish left over can I freeze it now after the fish has been lying in the fridge for two days?
asked Nov 2, 2013 by Chiclette

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Safer to fry it all and freeze it into portions.  We use vac pac and have a zero degree freezer.  I would have fried it & flash froze it as soon as I heard they were not coming.  I would not have waited 2 days.  Some of the fried things will get a different taste when it sits in the refrigerator.  If you don't have a vac pac.........you could fry, drain on paper towels put on a big tray and freeze and then put into zip lock bags and then into a 2 gallon zip lock bag. date and freeze.  I reheated in a low frying pan.  Nuking it makes it too damp for me, I like it crispy.  Make some homemade tartar sauce.....................just mayo and a little relish & couple drops of lemon & parsley.............if you don't like mayo you can use sour cream.
answered Nov 28, 2013 by josie (51,120 points)

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