How to freeze fresh parsley. Quick and easy tips to save your fresh parsley in the freezer so you can use it throughout the winter.
Do you ever freeze fresh parsley? I’m going to give you some quick and easy tips on how to freeze fresh parsley so that you can have a reserve when your plants bolt this summer.
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Since I’m in California, I have a lot of things growing year round. My two plants of parsley are going crazy right now, but instead of letting the older leaves turn yellow, I keep picking the leaves and freezing it. This ensures me that I won’t run out of parsley. I use it for my pasta sauces, soups and other cooked dishes (frozen parsley isn’t really useful in other dishes which call for the fresh version).
How to freeze fresh parsley.
Just wash the parsley leaves, and either spin them in a salad spinner and/or dry with paper towel.
Next, chop the parsley to your liking. I use a knife or mezzaluna type chopper (I don’t like mine chopped too finely).
Once you’ve chopped all the parsley (I leave off the thick part of the stems), put it in a container or freezer bag, and freeze.
Now, whenever you want parsley, you can easily reach for your bag or container from the freezer. It comes out easily and should be used within a few weeks. Easy, right? Now you know how to freeze fresh parsley!
- Fresh parsley
- Mezzaluna chopper (or sharp knife)
- Cutting board
- Just wash the parsley leaves, and either spin them in a salad spinner and/or dry with paper towel.
- Next, chop the parsley to your liking. I use a knife or mezzaluna type chopper (I don't like mine chopped too finely).
- Once you've chopped all the parsley (I leave off the thick part of the stems), put it in a container or freezer bag, and freeze.
Put a little wax paper on top of the parsley if there's any air in the container and/or if you plan on keeping it longer than a month or two.
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