What is Parsley?


Traditionally a staple of European and Middle Eastern cuisine, parsley is utilized in various cuisines worldwide as a subdued, herbaceous touch. The best-known use of parsley nowadays is as a flexible, fresh ingredient in sauces, salads, and any dish that needs a splash of color and a hint of herbal taste. It tastes wonderful when used in large quantities in tomato sauces, soups, and fresh salads. To melt over fish or glaze vegetables, chop or shred it and combine with butter.

Fresh curly parsley is frequently arranged next to the main course in restaurants to help fill the plate.