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    Chopping Parsley

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    Miss Erin
    Wed Jan 09, 2002 1:59 pm
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    Quote:

    Hi Najwa.... I have a kitchen gadget that has small, circular blades.. that when holding the handle(blades move) and you just 'roll it back & forth' over and over this way & that... viola ...parsley, etc. all done! I do it on a small board, and makes for very easy cleanup.

    I love rolling mincers! Onions have never been easier since the rolling mincer came along.
    Linda
    Thu Jan 10, 2002 1:11 am
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    I wash the parsley and gently pat it between two paper towels, then I put it in an (empty) drinking glass. It takes no time at all to snip them into little pieces with my kitchen scissors. icon_smile.gif
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