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Chervil

This delicate gentle herb with its lacy leaves, tastes rather like a mild parsley and needs to be used generously to impart sufficient flavor. Widely used in French cooking, it works well in herb butters and with eggs and cheese.

NUTRITION FACTS

Amount per 100 grams of dried chervil

Calories 237 kcal (12%)
Protein 23.2 g (46%)
Total Carbohydrate 49.1 g (16%)
– Dietary Fiber 11.3 g (45%)
Total Fat 3.9 g (6%)
Vitamin A 5851 IU (117%)
Vitamin C 50.0 mg (83%)
Thiamin 0.4 mg (25%)
Riboflavin 0.7 mg (40%)
Niacin 5.4 mg (27%)
Vitamin B6 0.9 mg (46%)
Folate 274 mcg (69%)
Calcium 1346 mg (135%)
Iron 32.0 mg (178%)
Magnesium 130 mg (33%)
Phosphorus 450 mg (45%)
Potassium 4741 mg (135%)
Sodium 83.0 mg (3%)
Zinc 8.8 mg (59%)
Copper 0.4 mg (22%)
Manganese 2.1 mg (105%)
Selenium 29.3 mcg (42%)