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How to freeze fresh coriander?

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fatsatsuma Thu 21-Jul-11 14:56:14

I have a pot on my windowsill which needs to be used, but I know I won't manage it any time soon.

What's the best way to freeze it? I plan to use it chopped in a sauce so it won't matter if it crumbles after freezing.

munstersmum Thu 21-Jul-11 15:01:12

Chop and freeze with a little water into ice cubes.

fatsatsuma Thu 21-Jul-11 15:04:38

Thanks. Is there any way to avoid adding water?

kingprawntikka Thu 21-Jul-11 15:05:46

I just chop it and freeze it in a big bag and use as required. Seems ok!

fatsatsuma Thu 21-Jul-11 15:11:35

Thanks both of you. Munstersmum, I have heard of the ice cube method but think I will try freezing it dry in a bag as I don't want any excess water or sogginess. Thanks again smile

ChuckYouFarlie Thu 21-Jul-11 19:26:22

freezing not ideal, but if you have to you have to. But don't chop it! Can you pick it and squish each sprig flat and freeze them all together in a freezer bag thingy like a stack of palm fronds IYSWIM? Then you just open the freezer bag and pull out a sprig, and it will crumble right into whatever you're cooking.

TragicallyHip Thu 21-Jul-11 19:32:36

I just freeze it as it is then crumble off what I need at the time

fatsatsuma Thu 21-Jul-11 21:23:01

Too late, it's already chopped and in the freezergrin

But will remember your tips for next time, thanks.

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