Chervil offers a mild, sweet licorice or anise flavor and is used fresh or cooked into sauces, soups and egg dishes. It is also used in place of curly parsley as a garnish. Wash and rough chop the herb for pasta, grain or green salads or other cold vegetable salads. Add to hot risotto and pasta dishes. Chervil pairs well with citrus, eggs, fish, asparagus, potatoes, mild cheeses, beets, green beans and vinegar-based dressings and marinades. It can be used in recipes calling for tarragon or parsley, or a combination of the two. Use it for pesto, chimichurri or for Mediterranean salsa verde. Blend Chervil with olive or grapeseed oil and use it as a condiment for salads and soups. Preserve the aromatic herb in white wine or cider vinegar.
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Orders placed on the website will be delivered to you at the address specified by you within seven days from the order, at the desired time.
For orders less than 100 GEL, 10 GEL is added – transportation fee.
Above 100 GEL, order delivery is free.
Delivery in the suburbs of Tbilisi (Tabakhmela, Shindisi, Tsavkisi, Kojori, Kiketi, Tskneti, Betania, Akhaldaba and other connected areas) costs 25 GEL.
Store unwashed, dry Chervil loosely wrapped in plastic in the refrigerator for a few days, as it loses its pungency quickly. For long-term storage, freeze leaves in water, butter or oil in an ice cube tray or chop and freeze. Drying will erase Chervil’s aroma and flavor.