Chervil

Chervil is closely related to parsley, but is more delicate. The leaves are usually tricorn in shape and curly. The flavor of Chervil is faintly similar to licorice, and is used most often in French cuisine in omelettes, salads and soups. It also pairs well with poultry, some fish and vegetables.

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  • Nutrition Info
  • Serving Size: 100 g
  • Amount per serving
  • Calories: 237
  • Calories from fat:
  • Fat: 4g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 83mg
  • Total Carbs: 49g
    • Fiber: 11g
    • Sugars: g
  • Protein: 23g
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Varieties

Chervil grows poorly in very warm, dry climates and is not usually available in summer.

Also Known As

  • French parsley
  • Cicily
  • Sweet cicily
  • Gourmet parsley
  • Garden chervil

Store fresh chervil in the refrigerator in a plastic bag for up to a week.

  • Anthriscus cerefolium

Recipes

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