Only if you are from Hamburg, Germany. The ground meat patty was first popularized there.
Crab cakes are usually shredded crab meat pressed into a patty with a binder and lightly seasoned and breaded. If using frozen crab legs, thaw, remove the meat and shred it before making the cakes. Fresh crab meat is preferable.
No, frozen is frozen. But you can refreeze something that has been thawed. You can refreeze thawed meat long as there are still ice crystals on it. Once completely thawed then you need to cook it first then refreeze. This applies to solid pieces only, ground meat once more than half thawed needs to be cooked first then refrozen always.
Not if the meat is frozen at 0°F.
If the meat was frozen but now it isn't, I would call it thawed.
can you bring frozen lobster meat into australia
Frozen sheep meat
in a meat freezer
frozen meat has more bacteria as it is in the freezer with lots of other food
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Yes, it is dangerous. Cook it first.
The grease and the meat patty.
no it can not be marinated because if you try to marinate frozen meat it will be watered down by the water in the bag
The meat arrives raw and frozen and is cooked via broiler from that frozen state.
Refreezing meat isn't a good idea. But if you must, the meat should not have been old the first time it was frozen, it should have been thawed under refrigeration and then frozen again shortly after being thawed. Realize that the quality of the meat will be negatively affected. The flavor will likely degrade and the meat will be drier and tougher when cooked.
When meat spoils or goes bad, it has a strong unpleasant odor. Even frozen meat can get old and go bad and will smell.
it actually came from hamburg, new york, where it was first introduced as a popular delicacy. that is where the original wad of meat turned into the now popular meat patty in a bun.
Jf frost or ice developes on frozen meat is it still safe to eat?
Meat will always weigh the same whether thawed or frozen. This is will hold true unless the water from the meat will be drained during the thawing process. It will then weigh lighter than its frozen state.
Cooked frozen meat should be good for years. However, it will lose quality the longer it is frozen and may get freezer burn.
No, the marination process will have allowed time for bacteria at grow, the meat should be cooked before being frozen or frozen before the marination process.
NO meat products should be refrozen , once thawed it should be cooked immediately, then it may be refrozen , as long as when it was frozen the first time it stayed frozen for not much longer than 6 months. This is the recommended time limit for most frozen meat products.
cook it after the meat completely thawed.
if the meat was frozen before the expiration date then yes it's perfectly fine to cook and eat :)
Yes. Frozen meat has water inside of it contained in the cells of the meat. When you cook it that water is forced out as juice and some is lost in cooking evaporation and what spills out on your plate.