Saturday, August 21, 2010

Freezing Rosemary

I wouldn't consider excess rosemary a problem, but you still have to store it. If you've bought a bunch of rosemary and only needed a sprig or your rosemary plant is in major need of a prune, freeze it. Simply wash, pat or spin dry, and place the rosemary in airtight bag in the freezer. Once frozen, the rosemary leaves will fall from the stems which you can keep frozen in a small jar. Washed, picked, and ready for any recipe, your frozen rosemary will keep its flavor for at least a year.

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