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How to store coriander leaves

Discussion in 'Spotless Kitchen' started by sapnabedi, Nov 26, 2007.

  1. kss_v

    kss_v New IL'ite

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    Thanks, its really a great idea to store coriander leaves in paper. I tried it and they were fresh.
     
  2. Saahithya

    Saahithya Silver IL'ite

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    really good ideas....will try them..thank you...
     
  3. shanthi krishna

    shanthi krishna New IL'ite

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    I remove the roots and keep it in a tupperware in the fridge and not the freezer. And, ofcourse, kitchen tissue canalso be used to cover the coriander leaves because it absorbs the excess moisture and keep the leaf fresh. But once, it is wet, you should change it.
     
  4. shanthi krishna

    shanthi krishna New IL'ite

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    In the same way, spinach and greens (keerai) can be wrapped in a newspaper and then in a plastic bag and kept in the fridge.
     
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    arinuw Senior IL'ite

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    thanks for the tips. they are really helpful. i did try the ziplock bag but it still got spoilt
     
  6. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi mals,
    I use to keep coriander leaves, 'Parapu keerai' etc., in the freezer only. I use to put them in the boxes in which we get straw berry, the hole one, and close with the lid. That is all we can them keep for months. Next time let me put the photo of those leaves.
     
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    Cindhuja Gold IL'ite

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    Hi all,

    As someone suggested i hav wrapped the coriander leaves in alumnium foil. I cut off the root portion pat dried with tissue and wrapped it.

    But should i cover it fully or shud i leave a small opening for free air circulation?
     
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    Re:mehendhi designer

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  9. krishnaamma

    krishnaamma Moderator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Hi vijaya,

    welcome to this site. you told that you are a silent reader. In many pages our moderators are insisting not to write personal ID's in formus. I dont know how you missed that.
    Dont give your mail ID here in the open forum.so first edit your post.
     
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    wash corriander leaves and make sure that water is completely dried,and cut into small pieces and store in the refridgerator inan air tighted container,
     

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