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Chervil / Anthriscus cerefolium

Chervil is an annual plant belonging to the Apiaceae family. Chervil has an understated flavor of aniseed. As a delicate and multicolor herb, Chervil is used as a seasoning ingredient in numerous recipes such as chicken casseroles, seafood, soup, omelets and salads. Chervil loses of its flavor when overcooked therefore it is recommended to add the herb immediately before the end of the cooking process. Chervil is also used as garnish. In popular medicine, Chervil was used as a skin cleansing lotion, as a bloodstream purification agent and as an oil added to pregnant women’ baths.

Herbs Value

Nutritional value For every 100 grams
Potassium 700 mg
Folic Acid 150 mcg
Vitamin B1 0.08 mg
Vitamin B2 0.05 mg
Vitamin B3 0.2 mg
Vitamin B6 0.08 mg
Vitamin E 0.7 mg
Vitamin C 130 mg
Beta-carotene 400 mcg
Fat 0.8 gr
Protein 3.0 gr
Carbohydrates 6.0 gr
Contains Omega 3 fatty acid