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Chervil cut

Anthriscus cerefolium

Chervil cut

Anthriscus cerefolium

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Cut chervil: the unknown brother of parsley


Cut chervil is a herb with a delicate, slightly sweet taste. Although we don't use it very often in the Dutch kitchen, there are plenty of possibilities. For example, you can add chervil cut to soups, sauces and salads. At Natural Spices you can order it online in a pack size of 100 grams, 800 grams or even ten kilos. After purchase you need to keep the dried herb airtight, cool and dark.



What exactly is chervil cut?


For many people the name rings a bell, but it is not entirely clear what chervil cut is. The herb is related to the parsley and you can taste that quite clearly. However, chervil has a slightly more refined taste. It is also related to coriander. Despite the fact that the flavours of these herbs are so similar, chervil cut is still relatively unknown. The herb is very aromatic and tastes like aniseed and slightly sweet. It is known for enhancing the flavours of other herbs in a dish.



Chervil cut in the kitchen


How and for what exactly can you use chervil cut? The best-known recipe is undoubtedly chervil soup, which is particularly popular with our southern neighbours. In addition to chervil soup, you can also use it for other soups such as vegetable and chicken soup. You can also use it to prepare fish sauce or a fresh cucumber salad. The herb suits potato dishes dishes very well too. The French like to add chervil to an omelette. When using chervil cut, please note that the herb can lose its flavour due to too much heat. That is why it is best to add it at the end of the preparation process, or sprinkle it over the dish.



Chervil and health


Cut chervil is healthy. It is rich in vitamin C, fibre and antioxidants. It was already known for its medicinal properties. It is rich in various minerals such as iron and potassium. The drying and cutting of herbs has hardly any influence on their nutritional value. So you can assume that the chervil cut that you can order online at Natural Spices is still full of healthy properties.

Nutritional values per 100 grams

Energy1185,09 kJ
Energy283 kcal
Fat3 gram
of which saturated fatty acids0,3 gram
Carbohydrates29,3 gram
of which sugars29 gram
Protein20,4 gram
Fibre26,4 gram
Salt0 gram
  • UsageDepending on application.
  • Ingredientschervil
  • Country of originGermany

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