Parsley is the most-popular home-grown herb with high vitamin C content.
Its subtle, almost ethereal, earthy flavor helps to accentuate and complement other, more bold flavors in your dish. A close cousin of cilantro, parsley's use and history similarly dates back centuries to Middle-Eastern, European, and American cuisines. Today you can find parsley in a homemade sauce or broth.
When substituting dried leaves for fresh in recipes, convert at a 1:3 ratio. That is one teaspoon of dried is equivalent to one tablespoon of fresh.
Parsley is an herb. The leaf, seed, and root are used to make medicine.
Parsley might help stimulate the appetite, improve digestion, increase urine production, reduce spasms, and increase menstrual flow.