Italian ParsleyMildly bittersweet flavour
Did you know?
Also known as flat leaf Parsley, is probably the most commonly used herb in the culinary arts. Super versatile and hardy, the leaves and stems contain much flavour but is not to be mistaken for Coriander.
Some says it is more flavourful than the Curly Parsley but this is a source of lengthy debate!
Italian Parsley is great for…
Parsley has a ton of uses. There are certain recipes that will call for using a hole bundle at one time like such as gremolata or pesto. Other recipes may simply add Italian Parsley as the final step of cooking, for a garnish and fresh seasoning.
Pairs well with…
Chop or shred it and add it as a garnish, mix in salads and tabouleh or throw in stir fries.
Take care of your Italian Parsley
Keep your pot of Italian Parsley in a warm spot on your kitchen bench and enjoy for weeks. Water little but often, if required, when the surface of the compost is dry to the touch.
Keep your pre-cut pack of Parsley in the fridge, it doesn’t mind being kept cool!
Parsley is a source of flavonoids and antioxidants, especially luteolin, apigenin, folic acid, vitamin K, vitamin C, and vitamin A.
Parsley health benefits include: preventing halitosis, fighting skin cancer, fighting diabetes, promoting bone health, boosting immune system, serving as a natural antibiotic, keeping the heart healthy and detoxifying the body. Other benefits include fighting arthritis, whitening skin and giving clearer complexion and promoting healthy hair.