Like coriander, chervil is also aniseed. Chervil belongs to the umbelliferous and is therefore family of parsley.

How do you use chervil in the kitchen? Especially the French cuisine is known for using chervil in dishes. Soups, sauces, meat and cheese dishes are dishes that are often processed chervil. It is also often used as a decoration to make the dish beautiful.

Remember that only leaves of chervil can be used, the stems not, because they are not edible.

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