[ UK /tʃˈɜːvəl/ ]
- aromatic annual Old World herb cultivated for its finely divided and often curly leaves for use especially in soups and salads
- fresh ferny parsley-like leaves used as a garnish with chicken and veal and omelets and green salads and spinach
How To Use chervil In A Sentence
- Forager charges fairly hefty prices for its wares: a flat rate of £15 per kilogram box, whether it be full of grey field blewit mushrooms, or a spicy and piquant selection of wood sorrel, wild chervil and dandelion leaves.
- Another way of accentuating the flavour is by adding a little of one of their umbelliferous relatives: celery leaves, fennel seeds, chervil, or parsley.
- Plant mitsuba with other herbs of similar culture such as sweet cicely, chervil, bee balm, lamium, lungwort, violets, and woodland strawberries.
- Arrange some sweetbreads, artichokes, and crawfish in the center, sprinkle the dish with paprika and garnish with chervil.
- Ladle chilled soup into shallow soup plates and sprinkle with the chervil.
- Flat-leaf parsley, chervil or tarragon all work nicely in there, too.
- Herb de Provence is a mixture of herbs, often including thyme, rosemary, tarragon, chervil, sage, marjoram, basil and fennel seed.
- For a mild mix, combine familiar types of leaf lettuce with greens such as mizuna, purslane, mache and chervil.
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- Also I couldn't find tarragon and chervil, so I just used mesclun salad greens with a bit of edible flowers.