For all those who have never tasted Yarrow Julie Mc’s delicious dishes, the word “yarrow” may seem strange. After all, Yarrow is a grass like plant, right? But not long ago, an acquaintance mentioned that she’d been to her favorite Arizona restaurant, and the waitress was talking about how she didn’t know what “yarrow” meant. She knew of the herb, but she had no idea how to cook it or when I suggested that it would be a good addition to my next dish.
I quickly realized that Yarrow was a great herb for cooking. It’s a very tender grass that’re very similar in texture to Parsley, but its flavor is much stronger. Like Parsley, you need to use a small amount of Yarrow on your dishes to start. As you begin to add more, you can increase the flavor of your dishes.
I’ve used Yarrow in a variety of recipes. One of them is a dish called “Baked Beans.” In this recipe, Yarrow goes well with a creamy cream sauce that contains sour cream and pepper. Another dish that uses Yarrow is a casserole called “Mashed Potatoes.” To make this dish, you’ll need to make potatoes, a little onion, and cheese. After that, you just add the mashed potatoes, onions, and some butter and you have a delicious casserole.