Sometimes I end up with herbs that will go to waste if I don't use them. Sometimes the herbs on my patio are growing like wildfire so I'm blessed with an abundance. Sometimes a recipe will call for a fresh herb that I don't grow so I rely on the fresh herbs at the market where you have no choice but to buy a large bundle of the herb.
When I find myself in this position, I freeze the herbs into ice cubes.
Recently I had an abundance of rosemary. I stripped the leaves from the stems. if you like, you can chop the herbs instead of leaving them whole as I've done.
Fill the compartments of an ice cube tray with the herb
Gently fill each compartment with water. Place the ice tray in the freezer and freeze until rock hard solid.
Pop them out of the ice tray and store them in a freezer bag. They are great to use when you need herbs for soups and stews; just toss a couple into the pot!