Chervil is similar to parsley, but more delicate, with tones of anise. It’s a traditional herb in French cooking, and is often paired with other Mediterranean herbs like tarragon, parsley, or chives. Due to its delicate nature, this herbs is best enjoyed in cold dishes, like vinaigrettes and sauces, or sprinkled on fish, chicken, and vegetables after they have been removed from the heat.

0.25 oz net weight

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Chervil is an annual herb similar to parsley in appearance, but with a more delicate, lacy leaf structure and slight anise aroma. It is a staple in the French kitchen and is often called “the gourmet’s parsley. Due to its delicate aroma, chervil is hardly the main herb flavor of a dish, often being combined with tarragon, parsley and chives to create the traditional French fines herbes blend. It is often added to salads, sauces, and vinaigrettes, and traditionally paired with salmon, trout, potatoes, spinach, asparagus and green beans. It is best to add chervil just before a dish is removed from the heat or just after, since it won’t stand long cooking times. Naturally vegan and gluten-free.

0.25 oz net weight.

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