Soups are simply the oldest means of making anything edible; throw it in a pot of boiling water and cook until it’s ready!
However, when it comes to storing the soup, it can be quite difficult and even a little terrifying. How are you supposed to freeze soup and maintain its flavor and nutrition?
How to do it:
To begin, make sure your soup has completely cooled to room temperature before attempting to place it in the freezer.
Consider not freezing delicate herbs like parsley, basil, or dill in your soup. Instead, stop cooking the soup immediately before adding the herbs and freeze it in portion quantities.
Then, when you’re ready to eat it, reheat it and add those delicate herbs. This keeps the flavor of the herbs from fading in the freezer while also protecting the aroma and nutrition of the delicate stems and preventing them from crumbling into mush.