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How?I have some parsley and coriander - both still on the stalks.I don't want to freeze in ice cubes as I'd ideally like to be able to sprinkle them over dishes.
I would freeze flat in those sealing bags, or open freeze then seal(actually I would chop and freeze in ice cubes )
I chop them and remove any stalks then freeze in little tubs
I usually chop the coriander and put them in a tub. That way, it doesn't stick together and go into a soggy mess when it defrosts.
I just put them in a bag and use from frozen.
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