See the "Freeze It" in our gallery You can enjoy herbs during the winter by preserving your abundance of summer herb plants. You'll not only add a fresh burst of flavor to your soups, stews, and sauces -- you'll also save money! You can also freeze extra stock, gravy, pesto, tomato paste, lemon juice, and wine in ice cube trays and rely on them to add oomph to weeknight meals. Pack frozen cubes in a resealable plastic bag.
How to Freeze Fresh Herbs. This is a great idea if you are growing fresh herbs and have a ton of them! Or if a recipe calls for a little bit and you have to buy the whole container. Don't waste them--freeze them! Here's how to do it.
Preserving Herbs by Drying, Freezing, and Making Herb Butters
Drying herbs is easy. 1.Cut them early in the day, remove diseased leaves, and make sure they are dry. 2.Remove the lowest leaves, tie them into a bundle and place them in a paper bag punched with a few holes. 3. Hang the bag upside down in a dry, airy room. Couldn’t be easier! 4. Looking for a way to do this with special tools? Try this tiered air dryer from amazon (affiliate link.) Freezing herbs: works with most any kind of herb. For longer storage try freezing them in oil or…