How Long Does Roasted Vegetables Last in the Fridge?
Families have been turning to the tried and tested method of roasting vegetables to add some yummy flavour and spice to their menu. And while roasting vegetables may make them delicious, a natural question arises: How long do roasted vegetables last in the fridge?
Generally, it’s recommended to cook vegetables within 2 to 3 days of being purchased or prepped. This is so you can guarantee they are at their freshest and tastiest, while also avoiding potential contamination from spoilage.
Storing Roasted Vegetables
Your roasted vegetables should be stored ina an airtight container for optimal preservation. Then, place them in the refrigerator where they will last for up to 5 days. Of course, the quicker you consume them the better.
Reheating Roasted Vegetables
When the time comes to reheat your roasted vegetables, there are a few tips you should be aware of:
- Make sure they’re brought to a steaming temperature (around 175°F).
- If you’re using an oven, aim for about 10-12 minutes.
- You may want to add a bit of oil or butter to your vegetables during the reheating process for a bit more flavor.
Roasted vegetables are an excellent way of adding flavor to your meal. And with proper storage, they should typically last for up to 5 days in the refrigerator. Be mindful to store them in an airtight storage container and reheat them carefully to ensure maximum freshness.