Parsley Flakes

Parsley Flakes

Petroselinum sativum

SKU Unit Size
42137 5 g
22039 10 g
22038 25 g
22031 50 g
22036 75 g Jar
22032 100 g
22033 200 g
22035 2 kg
22037 10 kg
  • Description

    Romans dedicated Parsley to Persephone, queen of the underworld and to funeral rites. It became a staple of Greek funeral rituals and was scattered over graves during funeral ceremonies or planted over them.

    There was also the saying, De'eis thai selinon – “to need only parsley,” which was a gentle way of saying someone had “one foot in the grave.”

    It’s easy to think of parsley as a garnish to sprinkle over dinner or decorate a serving plate or cheese board, but it’s such a versatile herb. You can add it into a sauce, like chimichurri or pesto, stir it into a grain or bean salad, or throw it into a frittata.

  • Directions

    To make Parsley tea, add 1 teaspoon dried parsley into a tea mesh strainer or infuser ball and place in a cup. Pour boiling hot water on top. Let steep for 5 minutes. Remove strainer and drink.

  • Uses

    - Parsley tea is a great herbal tea that can be used as a mild diuretic. It’s incredibly easy to make and has a grassy, earthy taste.
    - The benefits of parsley aren’t limited to the intake of parsley tea! You can get creative with how you incorporate more parsley into your home cooking.
    - Make garlic-parsley butter, and apply with abandon to your recipes.
    - Parsley is a great herb for adding flavour to tomato dishes, baked potatoes, fish dishes, vegetable dishes and egg dishes.
    - Parsley goes great sautéed with shrimp or mixed into a salad with beets
    - Parsley makes a great addition to homemade soup stock—just combine it with some potatoes, sweet potatoes, celery, onion, garlic, salt, allspice berries, black pepper, and water, and simmer for an hour.
    - You can even make parsley jelly, it goes well with meat dishes—think roasted lamb or ham hock.

  • Nutrition

    Nutrition Facts Per 10 g Amount % Daily Value
    Calories 30 -
    Fat 0.5 g 1%
    Saturated 0 g 0%
    +Trans 0 g %
    Cholesterol 0 mg -
    Sodium 45 mg 2%
    Carbohydrate 5 g 2%
    Fibre 3 g 11%
    Sugars 1 g -
    Protein 3 g -
    Vitamin A - 2%
    Vitamin C - 20%
    Calcium - 10%
    Iron - 15%
SKU Unit Size
42137 5 g
22039 10 g
22038 25 g
22031 50 g
22036 75 g Jar
22032 100 g
22033 200 g
22035 2 kg
22037 10 kg
  • Description

  • Directions

  • Uses

  • Nutrition

  • Romans dedicated Parsley to Persephone, queen of the underworld and to funeral rites. It became a staple of Greek funeral rituals and was scattered over graves during funeral ceremonies or planted over them.

    There was also the saying, De'eis thai selinon – “to need only parsley,” which was a gentle way of saying someone had “one foot in the grave.”

    It’s easy to think of parsley as a garnish to sprinkle over dinner or decorate a serving plate or cheese board, but it’s such a versatile herb. You can add it into a sauce, like chimichurri or pesto, stir it into a grain or bean salad, or throw it into a frittata.

  • To make Parsley tea, add 1 teaspoon dried parsley into a tea mesh strainer or infuser ball and place in a cup. Pour boiling hot water on top. Let steep for 5 minutes. Remove strainer and drink.

  • - Parsley tea is a great herbal tea that can be used as a mild diuretic. It’s incredibly easy to make and has a grassy, earthy taste.
    - The benefits of parsley aren’t limited to the intake of parsley tea! You can get creative with how you incorporate more parsley into your home cooking.
    - Make garlic-parsley butter, and apply with abandon to your recipes.
    - Parsley is a great herb for adding flavour to tomato dishes, baked potatoes, fish dishes, vegetable dishes and egg dishes.
    - Parsley goes great sautéed with shrimp or mixed into a salad with beets
    - Parsley makes a great addition to homemade soup stock—just combine it with some potatoes, sweet potatoes, celery, onion, garlic, salt, allspice berries, black pepper, and water, and simmer for an hour.
    - You can even make parsley jelly, it goes well with meat dishes—think roasted lamb or ham hock.

  • Nutrition Facts Per 10 g Amount % Daily Value
    Calories 30 -
    Fat 0.5 g 1%
    Saturated 0 g 0%
    +Trans 0 g %
    Cholesterol 0 mg -
    Sodium 45 mg 2%
    Carbohydrate 5 g 2%
    Fibre 3 g 11%
    Sugars 1 g -
    Protein 3 g -
    Vitamin A - 2%
    Vitamin C - 20%
    Calcium - 10%
    Iron - 15%