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Parsley originated in the eastern Mediterranean. Parsley is the dried leaves of the hardy biennial herb Petroselinum crispum. This popular herb is used extensively in garnishing foods as well as for flavouring sauces, stews and stocks. Curly leaf parsley is best known for garnishing, while flat leaf or Italian parsley is used in bouquets garni and other flavoring applications. Learn how parsley tastes, how to use parsley and parsley recipes below.
Parsley is popular, versatile herb originating from the eastern Mediterranean. It is grown today in Europe, North America, Australia and New Zealand.
It is rich with vitamins, from Vitamin K, C, A. It is also rich in iron, copper, manganese and folate.
Parsley is used both for visual appeal and for taste in many different meals. Regionally it is used in Lebanese tabbouleh, Argentinian chimichurris, and Slovenian tržaška omaka.
Parsley has a peppery, clean and slightly bitter taste. In cooking, parsley activates all of you taste buds – sweet, salty, sour, bitter and umami, helping balance the flavours in your dishes. Parsley has a mild, pleasant odor.
UPC Code (Size)
066200001896 (20 g)
6620003088 (265 g)
066200912840 (85 g)
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