Anthriscus cerefolium is the Latin botanical name of the plant that produces culinary chervil. We directly source this delicious herb from our supplier in France, and then we process our Chervil Leaf in house in order to verify that quality controls are in place.
French cooks have long used Chervil Spice when cooking soups, omelettes and salads, favoring its lightly anise-like flavor. It is one of the components of fines herbes, a French herb blend. It can be used in a number of recipes to season chicken, turkey, fish and vegetables, as well as soups, salad dressings and sauces. The herb can be used to spice up potato salad, risotto, and curried dishes. This flavoring can also be added to soft cheeses to impart its delicate and delicious taste. The flavor of meats can be improved with an herb and spice rub, and Chervil works well in this use.