Some believe chervil has the flavor of anise and parsley. Others taste dill and parsley. Either way, this blend of flavors is enticing for soups, sauces, and stews. It is a member of the parsley family.
This herb is a delicate culinary herb used frequently in French cuisine. It has a mild flavor with hints of liquorice. It also works well with fish and butter sauces.
Chervil leaves are delicate and curly and are similar to carrot greens. It works great in recipes such as salads and soups. It is also delicious in an omelet. Because of this fragility, it should be added at the very end of preparation of cooked foods or used as a garnish. Try it as a garnish atop steamed baby vegetables. Chervil is a main ingredient in béarnaise sauce and is also an excellent complement to any mild food.
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