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    Project Parsley

    Maya's Mama
    Thu Sep 13, 2012 6:57 pm
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    Parsley is one of my favorite herbs when fresh. For many reasons, it's good cooked, or fresh, as a garnish or as the main event. More importantly parsley is widely available. Pretty inexpensive and always in stock.
    Today I made the classic Greek Maidanosalata (Greek Parsley Spread).
    In order to make the best dish one must start with the freshest ingredients.

    A quick run in my food processor and presto!


    Served with pita chips (which is just pita bread cut into wedges and toasted in my cast iron skillet). It's a delicious and nutritious evening snack.

    How do you like your parsley?
    Jasmine.
    Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:23 am
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    Maya's Mama wrote:
    Parsley is one of my favorite herbs when fresh. For many reasons, it's good cooked, or fresh, as a garnish or as the main event. More importantly parsley is widely available. Pretty inexpensive and always in stock.
    Today I made the classic Greek Maidanosalata (Greek Parsley Spread).
    In order to make the best dish one must start with the freshest ingredients.

    A quick run in my food processor and presto!

    Served with pita chips (which is just pita bread cut into wedges and toasted in my cast iron skillet). It's a delicious and nutritious evening snack.

    How do you like your parsley?





    Hmm, that looks really good! I love the green color. Does it taste similar to pesto?
    Maya's Mama
    Sun Sep 23, 2012 11:49 am
    Forum Host
    Hi jasmine... Not at all. It tastes like garlicky, citrusy, parsly!!
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