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Chervil is a low growing herb with fern-like leaves. Chervil is related to parsley. You can taste the similarities. The fine young chervil leaves are aromatic, slightly sweet, with an aniseed flavour. Used in dishes chervil brings out the flavour of the other herbs.
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Chervil tips

How to cut Chervil?

Rinse the chervil and pat dry with a paper towel. Slice the chervil in pieces, add to a salad or cook alongside other ingredients.

Preparation Tips

Chervil can lose its flavour when it gets cooked too hot.
That's why it has to be added to a dish when you've finished
cooking or sprinkled raw over a meal.
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How to store?

Chervil is best kept in the fridge in a plastic bag or cling film.
  • Delicious in soup.
  • Great in a fish sauce.
  • Tasty in a cucumber salad.

Nutritional values per 100 g

80 Kcal
0 g Sugar
1,0 g Fats
0 g Saturated fats
3, 3 g Fibers
Chervil is rich in Vitamin C and fibres. The herb is a source of potassium.

Origin EAT ME Chervil

Chervil  - EthiopiaEthiopia Chervil  - IsraelIsrael

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