Lemon Grass

The Lemon Grass was way overgrown, so I’ve ripped out all the dead bits and pulled about 1/2 of it out. Now it’s thinned enough it might survive.

What does one do with mountains of lemon grass?

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Why – chop it finely and freeze it.

And Mmmmmmm – the smell of freshly chopped lemon grass!

3 Comments

Agree with you re the smell of lemon grass, but as a food (or added to food) I’ve always found it about as digestible as a bamboo pole

Comment by MillyMoo | September 11th, 2007 10:32 am | Permalink

The secret is to either put in lots of big pieces and haul them out later and throw them away, or the chope if very very very finely so that it passes through (!) easily :)

Comment by Wally | September 11th, 2007 5:47 pm | Permalink

I see it’s going to be ‘Asian-fusion’ cooking at your house for the next couple of weeks :)

Comment by DunePrincess | September 12th, 2007 1:38 pm | Permalink

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