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With a subtle flavor and delicate structure, Chervil is primarily known for it's faint flavor of anise or licorice. Often compared to the flavors of Fennel, Tarragon and Parsley, Chervil has a more mild taste. Chervil complements eggs, cream cheese and herbs, green salads and mashed potatoes. Use sparingly and should be added toward the end of cooking.