Fresh chervil

Fresh chervil

Fresh chervil is very similar to parsley, but tastes slightly like aniseed. Since fresh chervil has only a very fine aroma, it should be used either alone or with pepper and salt. It also goes well with other delicate herbs such as parsley or tarragon. Strongly seasoning herbs such as rosemary, thyme or basil would be too dominant and would crush the delicate chervil taste. Fresh chervil goes well with all light or white sauces.

All data per 100 g:
50 kcal
6 g
4 g
1 g

Recipes with Fresh chervil

Asparagus soup
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Baked trout in vegetable bed
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Bread rolls with roast beef
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Canapes with pork roast
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Cheese Soup
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Chervil dip with bread chips
Chervil dip with bread chips can be prepared quickly and easily. The chervil dip tastes particularly aromatic when fresh chervil is used. ...
Dijon mustard dressing
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Fried rice with asparagus
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Salmon with Bearnaise sauce
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