Parsley used for garnishing and is a
flavoring ingredient in many classical dishes, soups, stocks, and sauces.
Sweet and rich, it brings out the flavor of other spices and herbs. It
also seems to lessen the need for salt in soups, stocks and sauces. Parsley is often chopped and then
washed and wrung out in a towel to dry and make flaky for garnishing.
To store: Wash, discard wilted or
yellow stalks, shake off excess water. Place in polyethylene bag, press
out air and seal. Store in refrigerator up to 1 week.
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