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DIY Kitchen Crafts Herb Ice Cube Tutorial

Want to know how to freeze herbs and make beautiful herb ice cube? This DIY project is a great way to keep fresh herbs last longer for cooking and would be a fun way to store them too.

How to Freeze Herbs | Freezing Herbs

Herbs play an important role in cooking. You can use it in almost any dish but it is also perishable. We would normally end up with a lot of leftovers and it would be such a waste to get rid of them. That's why if you would want to preserve them longer and find out how to store herbs, this DIY will help you out. You can use them anytime you want no matter what season.

 

What you'll need in freezing herb ice cube:

  • knife
  • herbs
  • olive oil
  • ice tray

 

DIY Kitchen Crafts Herb Ice Cube Tutorial

Step 1

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Chop the herbs to release the flavor and put them on the ice tray. I recommend mixing the herbs in one olive oil tray to have a nice blend of flavors when cooking it.

 

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Step 2

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Pour olive oil and slip it in the freezer.

 

Step 3

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After a couple of hours, you're ready for an entire winter by freezing herbs. You can now have it ready anytime you need fresh herbs for your dishes. Enjoy it anytime!

 

Want to see how it's done? Then watch this video tutorial from ChefSteps:

 

Are you going to try this kitchen craft a try? Let us know below in the comments!

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Comments

  1. AvatarRose Felton says

    May 7, 2015 at 11:34 am

    I am surprised at using Olive Oil. I didn’t think it would freeze. Seems I have heard about using water rather than the oil too for preserving the herbs.

    • AvatarLisa Loperfido says

      May 8, 2015 at 10:52 am

      Water works great too, but freezing them in oil especially helpful if you want to use the herbs to cook. Oil freezes at 37 degrees fahrenheit. source

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