How to Freeze Sour Cream
The best way to freeze sour cream is to store it in an airtight container. Start by whipping the sour cream using a whisk or a spatula. You want to make sure that the ingredients are mixed together evenly with the moisture. This way sour cream won’t turn watery or chunky once it’s thawed.
How to Defrost Frozen Sour Cream?
The best way to defrost frozen sour cream is to transfer the container in the fridge to thaw for a few hours. If the sour cream has taken on a chunky or watery texture, you can restore its original texture by whipping a teaspoon of cornstarch into the cream.
Freezing Sour Cream FAQ
While freezing sour cream based sauces and dips is perfectly fine in terms of safety, the quality of defrosted dip or sauce depends heavily on the ingredients. As you already know, sour cream separates after freezing and thawing, and a similar thing will happen if you freeze it in a dressing.
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