Chervil was traditionally viewed as a symbol of life. It works great with other herbs and adds new life to e.g. vegetable soups, ground beef, sauces, fried meat, omelettes, pies and salads. Add chervil right before serving for a fresh, piquant taste.
Recipes with chervil
Chervil originates from West Asia.
Tea with chervil leaves has a detoxicating effect, which is why it is good in case of lever problems and painful joints.
It is rich in vitamin C, carotin, iron and magnesium.