Storing ingredients

Our Head Chef Bablu Roderick is happy to give out some useful information to all so that you don’t have any kitchen disasters!

Today, he has given us sound advice on the storage of the ingredients used in Indian food.

“Coriander leaves are expensive and not always easy to buy; they soon go soggy in a plastic bag”, he states. He has provided a tip for longevity of the coriander, “The best way to store any you are not using straight away is in a paper bag in the fridge.”

Coriander ( picture source: wikipedia)

Coriander ( picture source: wikipedia)

He has also given advice on storing spices, a product that you must be careful with!

“Many spices used in Indian cookery will stain your plastic containers if you are storing leftovers”, he says, “This can be prevented if you oil the container lightly before storing sauces and pastes.”

We hope that these handy hints and tips can be of use to you in your kitchen!


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