What does parsley look like?
There are two basic types of parsley (petroselinum crispum).
The flat Italian parsley with flat, green, notched leaves and a curly type that has tightly curled slightly darker green leaves.
Both are use for culinary purposes as well as medicinally.
For images and information please see the related links below.
Parsley is a plain herb, meaning it does not have a strong flavor. The flavor is most like pepper but not nearly as strong. Many recipes call for parsley for the look and not necessarily the flavor. Some possible substitutes would be cilantro, coriander, or basil. Read More
The types of parsley I'm familiar with are the Italian or French parsley with its flat leaves that look a bit like celery leaves, and the 'normal' curled parsley with its dense finely cut and curled leaves. The Italian parsley is more strongly flavored than the curled, and grows taller when mature. Take a look at the Related Link under the blue box at the left for a photo of the two main types. Read More
Nope! Dhaniya leaves of India is called Cilantro and Parsley is totally a different herb (although it does look like dhaniya leaves)! Read More
Parsley is an angiosperm and has flowers. Go to wikipedia and look up parsley. It gives the classification and some pictures of the flowers. Read More
First of all, the question I think you meant to ask was "Does parsley go in spaghetti?" and the answer is that it can if you like parsley. Read More
No. Not unless you want it to smell like gas, or purposedly spray gas on parsley. Read More
If you want to season the food you put parsley in it or it can be used as a finishing touch for a meal on top to make it look better. Read More
The noun parsley is an uncountable (mass) noun as a word for a substance. Like many nouns for substance, the plural form parsleys is used only for 'types of' or 'kinds of', for example: The parsleys we planted are flat-leaf parsley, Hamburg parsley, and Italian parsley. Read More
The taste of parsley is hard to describe. Some people have claimed it tastes "grassy". However, all that comes to mind to me when describing the taste is "fresh". Flat leaf (Italian) parsley has a stronger flavor than the standard curly leaf parsley. Read More
Parsley is Chinese coriander. It looks like our Indian coriander (kothamalli) but it doesn't have that significant aroma which our kothamalli has. Read More
rabbits like parsley and on WWW.rabbit.org you can find out all about caring for them Read More
Common names for this herb include parsley breakstone, garden parsley, rock parsley, parsley, and petersylinge. Read More
Flat leaf parsley and cilantro look very similar but they are in fact different herbs. You may know cilantro by its common name which is coriander Read More
Parsley are the green leaves of 'ajwain' in hindi...! Just like Cilantro are the leaves of coriander or 'dhaniya' Hope I was helpful :) Read More
Fresh, sweet and green. A little like fresh cut grass. Read More
Well Technically parsley isn't a vegetable and its filled with poisonous rabies and people that have beans in there system have no clue what life is like in indies Read More
Yes they can. Parsley is good for their digestive tract, just give it to them in small amounts, like two or three leaves every few days. Read More
The taste is modified by all the butter, parsley and garlic..... Read More
There are people who love cilantro and people who hate it; if you don't like the taste of cilantro you are certainly free to use parsley to replace it, in any recipe. Read More
Rabbits can eat parsley. I have a rabbit and he eats parsley all the time. Read More
Remoulade is a French sauce, like tarter sauce. It typically has a mayonaisse or aioli texture and look, although it's usually more yellow. It sometimes has chopped pickles in it and a bunch of herbs like parsley, chives, chervil and tarragon. It's delicious on potatoes. Read More
look at the restaurants! parsley and other herbs in little decorative, but SIMPLE, designs on top. things like a twig or two crossed in the middle, or finely chopped herbs sprinkled randomly over it. Read More
Yes, they can taste a bit like parsley. Read More
Size, and in my opinion, flavor. Italian parsley has broader leaves. Read More
The cast of Rod Parsley - 1996 includes: Joni Parsley as Co-Host Rod Parsley as Host Read More
If the recipe calls for fresh parsley, you can use 1/3 the amount of dried parsley in its place. Read More
Dried parsley and fresh parsley can both be used in food dishes. Which one is used depends wholly on what kind of flavor is trying to be achieved. Fresh parsley will offer more flavor. Read More
lemon: absolutely!!! parsley: on cold salmon yes; like crackers with cream cheese smoked salmon and some parsley is nice...but I'm not sure about cooked salmon. A lot of taste issues depend on you as an individual so give it a try. Read More
1 tsp dried parsley = 1 tbsp fresh parsley Read More
yes infact there kinda the same it tast and look people wont now the diiffrence Read More
How much parsley is 1/4 bunch Read More
no because they get the moisture from the fresh parsley the parsley spices have no moisture Read More
Add some garnish but don't go overboard. Grapes, kale, and parsley all make excellent garnishes. Dried fruits, like apricots also add some color. Read More
A raw parsnip tastes like a cross between a carrot and a potato, and smell a little bit like fresh parsley. Read More
There is too much parsley in this soup. She always seemed to have parsley stuck in her teeth whenever she smiled. Read More
NO!!!!! They will have digestion problems!!!!!! All spiced and seasoned herbs like basil, parsley, and peppers give the rabbit an upset stomach and might cause the rabbit to have diarrhea. Read More