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Basil Cubes

Submitted by: columbiacreations on May 8, 2010
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Basil Cubes

This is a wonderful way to preserve fresh basil from the garden without drying it. I read the idea of freezing the mixture in freezer bags in a newsletter from Jane Snow. I felt clever and adapted it into frozen cubes.

Difficulty: Easy

Servings: many

Ingredients

Huge bunch of Fresh Basil
Extra Virgin Olive Oil
Ice Cube Trays


Directions

Gather a huge bunch of fresh Basil.


Process in a blender, trickling in extra virgin olive oil while blending. Blend until you have a pourable consistency.

Pour into ice cube trays and freeze immediately.

Once the cubes are frozen remove them from the trays and store in the freezer in a bag. Pull them out one at a time whenever you need them.

Pull these out during the winter to whip up pesto or just to add to soups.

Categories: Freezing, Ingredients & Mixes, Preserving, Soups & Stews

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