Cilantro “ice cubes”

Make cilantro “ice cubes” that you can store in your freezer and pop-out whenever you need some cilantro during the winter!

  • Wash the cilantro, pat it dry and removing the stems.
  • Chop the cilantro in a food processor, slowly adding olive oil until mixture becomes a thick and paste-like.
  • Spoon into an ice-cube tray and freeze.
  • Once frozen, transfer cubes to a resealable plastic freezer bag.
  • Grab a cube or two whenever you need the fresh-cilantro flavor in soups or sauces!
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One thought on “Cilantro “ice cubes”

  1. Love the fresh smell of cilantro sitting in my office – cant wait to get them home. We use it on Vietnamese noodle, salad and spring-rolls.

    Thanks farmer Ryan! 🙂

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