If you had the freezer space, energy, and ingredients, what is the one food that you'd make in really large quantity to freeze for regular eating through the winter?
I've been thinking a lot about 'pockets.' It's rolling out the dough into a circle, putting filling inside, folding them in 1/2 and crimping the edges closed. They bake in the oven, and can then be frozen for reheating.
I make them with fillings like chicken pot pie, patty melt, stew, etc. Any meat or chicken filling is good in these hand pie type meals. Though, these are made with a bread-like dough, not a pie-type dough.
Ds was short on meat and chicken (definitely getting time to shop!) so he took beans, then cut up hotdogs...don't know if he fried them first or not, made the dough, filled them with it all, baked and voila. He said that it was good.
I guess that they are limited only by your imagination.
I have 10 apples, and would like to make them with apple filling, only a tad smaller. I used to make apple ones using eggroll wrappers, and putting them in a fryer. They tasted like McDonald's apple pies. I precooked the apples in a pot with sugar, etc.
So, for me, I'd like to be able to have a freezer full of those, so that we could have various ones, maybe once a week through the next few months!
How about you?