I use these mini silicone molds for freezing AIP sauces in serving size portions. See the recipe for Golden Turmeric sauce which I routinely make and freeze. I highly recommend checking out this versatile and delicious sauce which can be used on different vegetable dishes and many types of meats. See my recipe for AIP burger patties where I used this sauce to “dress” the burger.
Freezing AIP sauces
In order to have sauces on hand I freeze them in mini silicone molds and then peel off the mold and empty the frozen “pucks” into a large zip lock bag and throw the whole bag back into the freezer.
Each mold is the size of about one and a half to two ice cubes so I end up wasting much less sauce this way. These sauces are always ready when I need them since they don’t take much time to thaw. I also don’t have a big jar of sauce sitting in the very back of my fridge moldering away, ahem, and then weeks later finding it after it has gone bad and has to be thrown out.
I also routinely make this BBQ sauce and then freeze it in these silicone molds. My life is so much easier when I have these sauces in the freezer in one serving size portions and can add them to spice up a vegetable or meat. The golden turmeric sauce is particularly good on vegetables like steamed cauliflower and the nightshade free cherry BBQ sauce is yummy on chicken and beef.
I’ve also recently started to make a smooth and delicious cauliflower sauce with garlic and nutritional yeast (stay tuned for a post).
I am keen to hear about AIP sauces that freeze well so, leave a comment or drop me a line via email!