by Rick Goldman
Suppose you just threw a big barbecue party with your friends and family members and had an awesome time with them. Everyone was satisfied with you. They left your home with a jolly mind, and that thing surely gave you a sense of achievement.
On the other hand, with a good mood, you just found out that you had bought too much of hamburger buns for the party. You are now in a position with lots of leftover buns. With the panic mode kicking in, you just put all of them in the fridge without even knowing the proper storing process.
If you do that unintentionally, all the buns will lose its taste and freshness and will degrade with time. However, have no fear, because the ultimate solution is here.
Following the article, you will get to know the exact process that you can easily follow to freeze hamburger buns. If you implement the guideline wholly and precisely, you will be able to keep the buns fresh for a more extended period in the fridge.
Moreover, the good news is that you can even save it for your future barbecue party if you have some plans in your mind. So, read on to find out more.
This process is very efficient if you have a huge amount of buns and you are planning to use it for a long time. You want them to taste as same as the time you had tasted in the first place. In that case, with the help of the fridge and the proper freezing process, the lifetime of the buns you can extend successfully.
If you follow the given procedure word by word, you will be successful in keeping the buns fresh for 3 months or more without any change in taste.
When you have leftover buns, don’t put them in the fridge with its original packaging. As the package was opened in the first place, it won’t be able to protect the buns from staying fresh. The bag of buns won’t be able to adjust with the freezing temperature, and as a result, it will get spoilt without you even knowing about it.
Hence, throw the bun’s bag in the trash can; and instead of that, you can use aluminum foil. Buy a pack of aluminum foil and cut lots of square of equal shape. Cut the foils according to the number of buns you have. Check whether the foil is wrapping the bun entirely or not.
If not, cut the foil in a lengthier size and check again. This is done to keep the bun fresh in the freezing temperature. Now, you should warp all the buns like you used to do while wrapping a gift. In this regard, you do not need a measuring tape as you can seal the foil in any shape due to its flexibility.
Check whether there are any holes or open areas in the foils or not. The buns should be properly intact in every area without zero holes in the foil. Take a plastic freezer bag and put all the wrapped buns in it gently. Make sure you don’t put too many buns in a single container as it will get tough for you to seal it later.
However, if it gets necessary, use more than one bag to make your work easier. Likewise, before you do the sealing, press or squeeze the bag slowly to remove any excess air that might be left in the bag. Pick a marker or a pen and write the date of your storage on top of the plastic bag.
Thus, it will help you in keeping track of the amount of time the bag was in the fridge. When you will do the defrosting in the future, the date will give you a clue. As you are done with the wrapping, sealing and marking, it is time to put the whole thing in the fridge.
Accordingly, if you are out of aluminum foil, you can use the food wrap as an alternative.
This process is easy as you have to do a minimal amount of work in comparison with the previous one. If you have unopened packs of buns that you don’t want to waste, place them in the plastic freezer bag. You don’t need any wrapping with aluminum foil for this process, and because of this, you can save some amount of time.
Similarly, before sealing, follow the method mentioned above. Gently, press or squeeze the bag to remove any additional air. Seal the bag now and don’t forget to write the date on top of it. Finish it off by putting the bag in the fridge.
As you can see, it is not a tough process to store the hamburger buns. If you found yourself in a situation with lots of buns to freeze, follow the article precisely. Your job will get done for sure.
Best of luck!
About Rick Goldman
Rick Goldman's grandpa was a captain of a California coast cruise. This afforded Rick the luxury of traveling to exciting places along the Pacific Coast as a young boy. He got to try different, exotic foods on these journeys - something he really enjoys blogging about from his grandpa's beautiful garden home today.