Chervil - Herbs
Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Chervil - Culinary Uses, Herbal Medicine Uses, Herbal Household Uses
This unique herb tastes very similar to parsley.
Chervil is used in salads, soups, various sauces, egg dishes, casseroles and in flavoring vegetables, meat protein sources - particularly in chicken and fish recipes.
Culinary Uses for Salad
Chervil is generally chopped and used raw in salads and is cooked when used in soups, sauces, casseroles and other recipes as a flavoring agent.
Treatment For Digestive Related Issues
Throughout the ages of time chervil has been used as a digestive aid in stimulating the digestion process via an infused tea.
Chervil in its raw state contains 5 calories per Tablespoon and 1 calorie per teaspoon.
One Tablespoon of Chervil contains 0.44 grams of protein, 0.32 grams of ash, 0.93 total carbohydrate grams, 26 mg of calcium, 0.61 mg of iron, 2 mg of magnesium, 9 mg of phosphorus, 2 mg of sodium, 0.17 mg of zinc, 0.9 mg of Vitamin C, 5 mcg folate, 111 IU of Vitamin A and 0.003 grams of total saturated fat.
Nutrition Facts, Calories for Chervil
Reference for Diet Bites Herb Series: Tom, the Biologist
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