Friday, March 28, 2008

Parsley in Culinary Around the World

Today, some interesting culinary facts from around the world:

Belgians and Swiss enjoy deep-fried parsley with fondue.

British make parsley jelly.

French feature parsley with ham in “aspic” and as ”persillade”, which is a fine mince of parsley and garlic, added to poultry, grilled meats or saut├ęs at the last minute of cooking.

Japanese deep-fry parsley in tempura batter.

Mexicans and Spaniards can not imagine “salsa verde” without parsley.

Middle East – parsley is an important ingredient in the traditional dish, “tabbouleh”.

On top the specials, listed above, parsley goes well with almost all kinds of foods, except sweets.

Deer Don't Eat Parsley!




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