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Freezing Parsley

from A Way To Garden

how to freeze parsley, chives and other herbs

How to freeze parsley, chive, and other herbs from A Way to Garden

from The Kitchn

The Easiest Way to Preserve Parsley — Herb Gardening 101

I once read that parsley's flavor is the "summation of all things green." I'd say that's a fitting description of this classic, lively, summer herb. Parsley is one of those herbs that produces exponentially, provided the proper growing situation. If you're growing some in your garden, you most likely have a lot of it on hand. Lucky for you, there's a time-saving way to preserve it. No chopping required.

Where has this been!? I waste so many fresh herbs because they go bad so quickly!!!

from BBC Good Food

Flavoured butters

Endless variations for some flavourful change in your butter. I "invented" my own garlic-chive-tomato-parmesan kind, it's heavenly.


This is real comfort food - a tasty chicken pie in a delicious white sauce, topped with cheesy mashed potatoes. It is a great dish to store in the freezer for days when you don't want to cook.

from The Actor's Diet

The Easiest Way to Freeze Parsley

The Easiest Way to Freeze Parsley - The Actor's Diet


Homemade herb butter with rosemary, thyme, parsley and garlic

from wikiHow

How to Freeze Parsley

How to Freeze Parsley: I used the first method (the ball method) to freeze a bunch of flat leaf parsley. Pulled a handful of it out of the freezer last night and was so pleased with the results! It still tasted really fresh. Will definitely do this again.


{H} How To Freeze Herbs. Clean, chop, place in ice cube tray, top off with water, freeze and bag.


WINTER: Mini Shepherd’s Pot Pies | Foodboum I mostly used this as a guideline, but added some other things into my shepards pie: 1-2 Tbs. of Worcestershire sauce, 1 Tbsp Minced Garlic, and 1 tsp Dried Parsley Flakes, 1 Tbs. Tomato paste to the meat mixture. And to the mashed potatoes I added grated cheddar cheese cheese! You could also substitute red wine for beef broth, or add some of both!