Preparing Coriander Leaves

 

Preparation. I’ve included this process because it’s a really good idea to rinse your herbs thoroughly. No one minds a bit of dirt but you may be surprised just how much dirt is on your herbs!

Rinse your herbs in a bowl with several rounds of water until the water is clear.

Rinse your herbs in a bowl with several rounds of water until the water is clear.

Use a salad spinner to dry your herbs then store them in a large airtight container, one that gives them lots of space. Also one with a raised base works especially well, keeping the herbs good for longer. Store in the fridge.

Use a salad spinner to dry your herbs then store them in a large airtight container, one that gives them lots of space. Also one with a raised base works especially well, keeping the herbs good for longer. Store in the fridge.

Here’s the dirt from the herbs that you won’t be eating now.

Here’s the dirt from the herbs that you won’t be eating now.