Parsley, dried-flakes is good to have on hand for adding a mild parsley flavor to cooked foods, and when we don’t have fresh parsley
Dried parsley is also referred to as parsley flakes. We keep dried parsley leaves on hand for adding a mild parsley flavor to cooked foods, and when we don’t have fresh parsley on hand. A simple rule to use for substituting dried for fresh is to use 1/3 of the amount of dried parsley for the amount of fresh parsley called for in the recipe (i.e. 1/3 cup of dried = 1 cup fresh, or 1 teaspoon dried = 1 tablespoon fresh). Commercially made dried parsley or parsley flakes are made by freeze drying. It can also be made at home in a dehydrator. See the nutritional information below.
Nutrient data for 11625, Parsley, freeze-dried
|Carbohydrate Factor: 3.57 Fat Factor: 8.37 Protein Factor: 2.44 Nitrogen to Protein Conversion Factor: 6.25|