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Chervil (100g)

Product Description
Description/Taste:
Chervil, often considered the "gourmet's parsley," boasts delicate, lacy leaves with a pale green hue. Its flavour is refined and subtly sweet, reminiscent of anise or licorice, with a hint of parsley. The aroma is mild and slightly peppery, evoking freshness in every sniff.

Available year-round from various sources.

Uses & Flavour Pairings:
Chervil is a classic ingredient in French cuisine, especially in the blend known as "fines herbes" alongside parsley, tarragon, and chives. It's a beautiful garnish for soups, salads, and fish dishes. Chervil pairs wonderfully with eggs, asparagus, and light sauces. Due to its delicate nature, it's often added at the end of cooking to preserve its flavour.

Nutritional Information & Allergens:
Chervil is a source of vitamins A and C, and it provides a range of minerals, including potassium, calcium, and magnesium. It has been associated with various health benefits, from aiding digestion to promoting healthy skin. Naturally gluten-free, chervil is not commonly linked to allergens.

Preparation and Storage:
Chervil is best used fresh to capture its full flavour and aroma. The leaves can be finely chopped or added whole to dishes. To store, place chervil in a glass of water at room temperature or wrap in a damp paper towel and store inside a plastic bag in the refrigerator.

History:
Native to the Caucasus region but widely cultivated in Europe, chervil has been used both for its culinary and medicinal properties since ancient times.
SKU: CHEE
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