At last, you can make a change by switching from dill to chervil to season your fish! This aromatic herb has an aniseed flavour with a slight bitter note. Its fresh taste will bring a little extra oomph to all your favourite dishes. Combine it with lemon for a more intense flavour.
With its ultra-practical packaging, you’ll be cooking real chef’s dishes in no time at all! It rehydrates easily to release all its flavours and regain its colour. When it tastes good and is also easy to use, there’s no reason to deprive yourself!
Top tip: as chervil can lose its flavour when it is cooked, our team recommends sprinkling it on your dishes at the end of cooking or just before serving. At Marcel Senchou, we adore making a salmon blanquette, and few notes of chervil added at the end make all the difference. We’re sure it’ll delight the taste buds of even the most demanding gourmets.