Greens for the winter (freezing)

Ingredients for the preparation of greens for the winter (freezing)

  1. Parsley 1 bunch
  2. Dill greens 1 bunch
  3. Cilantro Greens 1 bunch
  4. Drinking water (cold, but boiled) to taste
  • Main Ingredients
  • Serving 8 servings


Cutting Board, Kitchen Knife, Kitchen Towel, Ice Molds

Cooking greens for the winter (freezing):

Step 1: Cook the greens for the winter.

To freeze greens, you spend literally 10 minutes, and in the end, at your fingertips at any time there will be some greens for cooking soups or main dishes. In addition, given that in the winter, greenery in the bazaar rises in price, then this method of harvesting is very convenient and economical. So, the first thing to do is to rinse well the parsley, dill and cilantro greens under cold running water. Then we cut off the roots and remove (if any) dry or sluggish leaves. Then spread the greens on a kitchen towel so that it is dried. Now, actually the final stage. Finely chop the greens (but never mix it). We take molds for ice and alternately fill them with parsley, dill and cilantro. Then fill it with cold but boiled water and send it to freeze in the freezer.

Step 2: Serve the greens for the winter (freezing).

In just a couple of hours, you will already have ready frozen greens in cubes, which can be used to make soups or main dishes. To do this, simply dip the cube of herbs into the pan at the end of cooking. Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - You can also freeze greens not only in ice tins, but also in plastic bags, or in small airtight containers.

- - It is better not to mix parsley, dill and cilantro when frozen in one bowl, otherwise they will lose their individual taste and aroma.

- - When filling cells of molds for ice with greens, do not fill it very tightly.