Can you Freeze Salsa

by Alyce
(Muskegon, MI)

Freeze Salsa?

Freeze Salsa?

Question: I bought a huge bottle of store salsa, but we will never be able to eat it before it would go bad.

Can I freeze it? And if so, How?

Hi Alyce,

Yes, salsa freezes fine. Usually I'm adding salsa to something like a burrito so I use smaller portions. So I'd freeze it a tablespoon at a time in an ice cube try for single portions or in a silicone muffin pan for 1/4 cup portions and then transfer it to a labeled freezer bag.

Silicone pans are great because once your food is frozen it'll just pop right out.

You can also use small plastic containers.

Hope that helps :)

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