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Fried Parsley, for Garnishing


Gather some young parsley; wash, pick, and dry it thoroughly in a cloth; put it into a wire basket, and hold it in boiling lard or dripping for a minute or two. Directly it is done, lift out the basket, and let it stand before the fire, that the parsley may become thoroughly crisp; and the quicker it is fried the better. Should the kitchen not be furnished with the above article, throw the parsley into the frying-pan, and when crisp, lift it out with a slice, dry it before the fire, and when thoroughly crisp, it will be ready for use.


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The Book of Household Management (1861).

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