Top Rated Parsley Recipes

A product of traditional British kitchens, parsley sauce is a versatile condiment that goes well on fish, meat, vegetables, and pasta. 
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This recipe makes chicken succulent and simple. A profile of rustic Italian flavors both refined and aproachable takes this classic dish right from the chef's kitchen to yours. 
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This is one of my semi-homemade meals, because it uses store-bought, pre-mixed batter to create biscuits that you can flavor any way you like. I especially like Moon Rabbit Foods' mix, which is gluten-free, but any one you can find at the store will do.   Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Parmesan and Parsley Fritters
This is Sabia Tortella's recipe from Abruzzo. These delicious fried cheese balls are crunchy on the outside and soft inside. They are great served with a fresh tomato or pepper sauce — either as a vegetarian main course or on the side for dipping as antipasto. Try to find a coarse country loaf that has gone a little stale — the bread should bounce back to life after being soaked and squeezed.Click here to see A Regional Italian Cookbook for Obsessed Home Cooks.
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Haricot Verts
A simple and refreshing salad from Luc Dimnet, executive chef at Brasserie in New York City, that is great to serve in the summer or as a part of a Bastille Day celebration.
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Parsley Pesto with Sun-Dried Tomatoes
Traditionally, pesto is made with basil. This time of year, it's not so easy to find organic basil at a reasonable price. Really, the time for basil is summer. And we’re definitely not there yet. Not even close, out here in Colorado. And yet, I love pesto. All those good greens ground up into delightful, fresh flavors. Last night, in the mood for something delicious and healthy (in that order), I made pesto using parsley. I always keep parsley in the fridge — it's a staple for me, as are lemons and garlic. I consider these types of ingredients the building blocks of good food; hence, keeping these items in my kitchen is a must! So in the meantime, here’s my parsley pesto — a delicious way to get your greens in the winter.
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Pesto
Few things taste like summer more than a freshly made pesto. All fall long, I harvest my herbs and make pesto — hopefully enough to freeze and last through winter. Each pesto lends its unique flavor to enhance your recipes, whether you are tossing it with grilled vegetables, serving as a dip or spread, adding a dollop to soup, or using it as the base for a marinade or aioli. Adapted from “Clean Start” by Terry Walters. Click here to see the Polenta Pizzas recipe.
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An Everlasting Meal
Parsley makes a very good salad. I have seen the humble leaves do a salad's duties on several occasions. At the wonderful little restaurant Prune, it is served next to two gloriously rich marrowbones and buttered toast. No lettuce on earth is better-suited foil to that fatty combination.  Click here to see How to Season a Salad. 
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Duck Fat Potatoes with Parsley and Lemon
The French have known this forever, whereas here, in the beautiful States, it just became the next big thing: There is nothing more wonderful you can do to potatoes than to cook them in duck fat. Where do I get duck fat, you ask? Cook a single Moulard duck breast half, and you'll easily render off a cup and a half. Strain out the brown bits, and you can store the fat almost indefinitely in the refrigerator. And don't feel guilty — you're using only a tiny bit.  Click here to see Serious Cooking, Not Too Seriously.
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Potato Salad with Parsley Pesto
Just a few lil’ baby red potatoes, some fresh parsley, and a bit of fresh mint combine for a fabulous parsley pesto. I promise. It’s positively fabulous. And the pine nuts, well let’s just say they add a fabulous kick to make this potato salad a real winner. Gluten-free and vegan — what else can you ask for? Simple, pure, and perfect. Yum. Click here to see Gluten-Free Recipes That Actually Taste Good.
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Parsley Vinaigrette
A parsley vinaigrette is a terrifically versatile thing, perfect with all sorts of salads, like potato salad and bean salad. But I also use it to spark up a sautéed piece of fish or grilled meat and vegetables. All hail Lady Parsley. Click here to see the White Bean Salad recipe. See all potato salad recipes. Click here to see Seamus Mullen Shares His Hero Food.
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These baked sweet potatoes are a healthy snack or side dish.  Click here to see 5 Amazing Sweet Potato Recipes
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