Parsley's culinary uses

I tend to use parsley a lot when cooking. In fact, I use a lot of spices and aromatic herbs to give different flavors to my meat and other dishes! … And it is true that when I think about it, a little bit of parsley can be found in many of my dishes. Maybe it wouldn’t be far from the truth to say that parsley is the aromatic herb that I use the most…

So, basically, here are the main uses I make of parsley:

  • Fresh green chopped parsley can be sprinkled on top of food.

  • Combine chopped parsley with bulgur wheat, chopped green onions (scallions), mint leaves, lemon juice and olive oil to make the Middle Eastern classic dish, tabouli.

  • Add parsley to pesto sauce.

  • Freshly chopped parsley is a great addition to green salad.

  • Freshy and dry parsley leaves can be used in the preparation of chutney or dips.

  • Combine chopped parsley, garlic and lemon zest, and use it as a rub for chicken, lamb and beef.

  • Add chopped fresh or dried parsley and chive to omelets.

Well, I’m sure you’ll find many other ways to use parsley, so go ahead, send me your suggestions and I’ll add them to my list. Thank you!

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