Chervil is a delicate culinary herb used frequently in French cuisine. A member of the parsley family, chervil has a mild flavour with hints of liquorice or anise. Chervil leaves are delicate and curly. Because of its delicate flavour, chervil is usually included in recipes , such as salads and soups, where it will not be overpowered by the other flavours. Chervil is a good addition to omelettes. To store: Bunches can go into a glass of water, away from heat, overnight. If they are to be kept longer, wrap a piece of folded absorbent paper around the end of the stems, wet it, enclose loosely in a plastic bag and refrigerate.
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