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Posted by on December 28, 2020


In the frozen food aisle of the supermarket? Really?

For the average supermarket, an Excursion to the freezer section is pretty much mandatory. Most think of it as an EZ-Pass to fast and simple meals, and of course the magical home of ice cream and pizza rolls. But if you thought the freezer aisle was earmarked for regular home cooks seeking shortcuts and sweets, you would be mistaken.

We asked professional chef Jill Asher Of to talk about their favorite freezer selections and were shocked to learn that they rely upon it as much as we do. Turns out, the freezer aisle is filled with chef-approved picks. Here are a few of our favorite chefs and their must-have frozen finds.

1. Frozen Peas

Frozen peas are extremely versatile, Packed with nourishment, and are often sweeter than their new counterparts. I like to get a couple of bags on hand the majority of the time. I use them in hot vegetable salads with potatoes, hard-boiled eggs, herbs, and lemon juice in a chilled summer soup with mint; or smashed on toast with goat cheese and lemon.

Purchase: Simply Balanced Organic Frozen Peas, $1.99 for 10 oz at Target

2. Frozen Meat and Seafood

I stock up my freezer with proteins such as poultry, seafood, and assorted meats. Obviously, I check to find out what is on sale and in tiny packages so that I can easily store them and organize them in my freezer.

Purchase: Waterfront Bistro Wild Alaskan Pink Salmon Fillets, $5.79 for 16 oz

3. Dr. Praeger’s Spinach Littles

Our 3-year-old son loves Dr. Praeger’s, Spinach Littles. I love them since they’re super quick to prepare and a simple way to get some veggies in him.

Purchase: Dr. Praeger’s Spinach Littles, $4.99 for 10 oz at Target

Frozen broccoli rice is [another] must-have. I use it for soups, stir-fries, or broccoli vegan cheese quesadillas.

4. Jeni’s Ice Cream

“For me personally, I buy Jeni’s Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks because it is the best ice cream on the market — hands-down, end of the story.” — Failing

Purchase: Jeni’s Salted Peanut Butter with Chocolate Flecks, $32 for 12 3.6-ounce containers

5. Frozen mushrooms

“Frozen shiitakes are a must, as they are loaded with vitamin D And are extremely nourishing. I add them to soups, stews, or sautÈ them with scrambled eggs.

Purchase: Woodstock Organic Shiitake Mushrooms, $2.29 for 10 oz

6. Frozen Broccoli Rice

Frozen broccoli is [another] must-have. I use it for soups, Stir-fries broccoli, or broccoli vegan cheese quesadillas.

Purchase: Sprouts Organic Riced Broccoli, $2.49 for 12 oz

7. Frozen fruit

Buy a Selection of organic frozen fruits To make all our bowls and smoothies at our juice store. [You can] do the same in your home! Frozen fruits are extremely convenient — they also leave room for creativity, mix together well, and make it possible for you to create your own tastes.

Purchase: Sambazon Organic Acai Berry Smoothie Packs, $6.65 for four 3.5-ounce pouches

8. Onion Tater Tots

I’m a complete sucker for Ore-Ida Onion Tater Tots. I drizzle them in a little oil and bake them on a sheet tray. They are like miniature potato latkes I can dip in ranch or BBQ sauce.

Purchase: Ore-Ida Onion Tater Tots, $2.50 for 32 oz

It is a (Frozen) Wrap

I expect we sparked your curiosity and Gave you some excellent ideas. Frozen food is really easy to store and easy to use as a source of terrific food. Do not worry about what your friends will believe… They already have them inside their freezer. I am sure.

Do you have any of these chef-approved Things in your freezer? Tell us in the comments below. We welcome your contribution.

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