Pasta is one of the more popular food you find on the dinner table. It comes in many forms and can be done at home, purchased fresh or purchased dried for long term use. Learn how to save your pasta
Plastic freezer bags
You can store dry, uncooked pasta, for up to one year in a cool dry place. To ensure that the pasta will not stick around in the pantry for a long time, it is wise to use “first in, first out” rule, use the oldest packages until the later.
If you buy fresh pasta from the refrigerator section of your supermarket, you can store it in the refrigerator. Use it with “use by” date. Fresh pasta can be frozen and stored for up to three months. If you paste yourself, and do not plan to use it immediately, let it air dry a bit and then store it in a plastic freezer bag in the freezer. Mark pasta ready with expiration dates before you freeze.
Once you have cooked pasta, store it in the refrigerator in an airtight container. As cooked pasta is absorbent, it should be kept al1
Pasta made in casseroles can be frozen. Pasta Dishes that freeze well are lasagna, baked ziti, manicotti, and macaroni and cheese.