Infarm Curled Parsley

Curled Parsley

Taking its name from the Greek word for “rock celery”, parsley is one of the most important flavors in European cuisine. Its popularity likely stems from the distinctive taste provided by the menthatriene flavour compound found in the herb and it is native to Southeast Europe and West Asia.

Taste

The silky texture of parsley’s leaves is contrasted by its reassuringly earthy flavor, which boasts a slightly peppery aroma.

Nutrition

Offering a number of healing benefits, parsley is bursting with vitamins A, K, and C and contains rare oils and flavonoids that have been shown not only to inhibit tumor formation but also to prevent oxygen-based damage to cells within the body.

Kitchen Use

Parsley should be a staple in your recipes. Its versatile flavor works flawlessly in almost any savory dish, but it is at its best when chopped finely and added generously to fresh salads, soups and sauces.

Curled Parsley taste profile