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What would be an appropriate substitute for chervil?

asked by spaetzlegirl over 3 years ago
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added over 3 years ago

Chervil tastes a little anise-y. A few chopped fennel fronds might do. Dill is a natural with salmon but has a really different flavor. Parsley would add the green but not the flavor. Or you could just leave it out.