An easy recipe for parsley sauce to serve with fish.
Herb butter tastes wonderfully delicious on warm soda bread, bread rolls, baked potatoes, sandwiches or simple grilled meats. It keeps in the fridge for about 10 days. It's especially nice to serve at a dinner party or Sunday lunch.
A delicious vegetable soup made with a large bunch of fresh parsley. Perfect with brown soda bread or a cheese toastie! If you like, you can serve with a swirl of cream and a twist of black pepper.
This fresh salsa verde is a really exciting addition to the lamb - having a pots of living herbs means you can throw this together anytime!
Green goddess dressing that is green, pungent and so addictive. Similar to the original recipe from the West Coast of the United States, except I omitted the anchovy as I believe it should be a vegetarian dressing. I prefer to prepare this with a mortar and pestle, but you can use a processor if you don't have one. What herbs you use is up to you, so long as you use soft leaf green herbs (eg parsley, basil or chervil) It's garlicky, herby and goes with everything so be careful!
A wonderfully fresh-tasting salad. Mushrooms are drizzled with a parsley and olive oil dressing. Use a wide range of mushrooms for the best flavour and texture.
This classic sauce is best served with fresh fish. Make it just before you need to use it.
Not only are these treats tasty for your pet, but also very healthy. Parsley is well know for helping keep bad doggy breath under control, while carrots are good for the stomach.
This is a nutrient-rich salad, which is bursting with vibrant flavour. Parsley is tossed with lemon juice soaked bulgur, olive oil and seasonings.
Don't be afraid to cut your carrots into thick slices. They have a better texture and by adding a little butter, sugar and salt - the whole family will eat them. I've included pressure cooker notes to use, if you prefer.