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10 Recipes That Prove Cooking With Parsley Rocks

Poor parsley. More often than not it ends up as a limp garnish on a plate. That is not the case with these vibrant recipes that highlight the many different ways of cooking with parsley. Whether turned into a sauce, whipped into butter, mixed into meat or used in a crust, cooking with parsley guarantees your dishes will have a boost of flavor and color. 

TOFU BURGER WITH HUMMUS

Fresh parsley, along with soy sauce and breadcrumbs, forms the flavor base of this scrumptious tofu burger topped with creamy hummus.

HERB CRUSTED LAMB RACK

A medley of herbs - including parsley, rosemary and peppermint - makes a lovely crust for this succulent lamb rack served with sautéed vegetables.

GRILLED CORN WITH HERBED BUTTER

A great way of cooking with parsley is to use the herb to make compound butter. Try this easy recipe to serve alongside corn on the cob.

RISI E BISI

Peas sautéed with pancetta, onions and parsley form the base of this sumptuous risotto hailing from Italy's Veneto region.

NEW POTATOES WITH PARSLEY

Toss boiled new potatoes with lemon and parsley then serve them with a creamy dipping sauce made from tuna.

ESCARGOT WITH SHALLOT MOUSSE

Los Angeles chef Ludo Lefebvre shares a gourmet way of cooking with parsley: turn the herb into a sauce and pair with snails and a shallot puree.

SPICY PITA BREAD WITH MEAT AND VEGETABLES

Chopped parsley, mashed avocado and lemon make a nice addition to this pita sandwich filled with spicy rump steak and arugula.

ROAST BONE MARROW WITH PARSLEY SALAD

A salad of parsley, capers and shallots makes a nice contrast to the richness of roasted bone marrow in this wonderful recipe from British chef Fergus Henderson.

HERB-FILLED CREPES

These delicate vegetarian crepes are filled with an irresistible blend of creamy ricotta, parmesan cheese, chopped parsley and arugula.

MEATLOAF WITH HERB SAUCE

Fresh parsley performs double duty in this comforting meatloaf recipe - it adds a nice color to the meat and serves as a vibrant dipping sauce.

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