Parsley Pie

Although parsley has been used as a garnish for many years, it’s now being recognized as a valuable food.

High in iron and vitamin C, parsley is a nutritious and inexpensive food – especially if you grow it yourself.

Parsley pie, a traditional Cornish recipe, especially good for using up leftovers.

  1. Preheat oven to Gas Mark 4 (350F, 180C)
  2. Lightly grease an ovenproof dish and almost fill with chopped fresh parsley.
  3. Mix in cooked lamb or any other meat or vegetarian substitute (chopped or minced)
  4. Add a couple of chopped hard boiled eggs and any chopped veggies you may have lurking in the fridge!
  5. Season and pour stock over the whole lot. Stock could be meat, chicken, ham or vegetable.
  6. Cover with a pastry top and bake in the pre-heated oven for about half an hour.

NB: If you use meat, always make sure it’s piping hot right through before serving.

Grow your own parsley so you have a constant supply of this wonderful herb.

How to Grow Parsley at Home

Bon Appetit!

Linda x

P.S. Grow your own main parsley pie ingredient along with 9 other delicious herbs..

“Growing Herbs at Home” describes ten everyday herbs, how to grow them and a little useful information about each one….

Aloe vera, Basil, Chives, Coriander, Garlic
Mint, Parsley, Sage, Thyme, Watercress

Herbs have been cultivated for medicinal and culinary use for thousands of years. The herbs in ’Growing Herbs at Home” can be grown either in pots, containers or in your outdoor herb garden.

Download from your favourite online book store today and get planning that herb garden!

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