What is it?
Mitsuba is a popular Japanese herb that has a long stalk with tre-foil leaves that are aromatic and look like flat-leaf parsley. It is also known as wild Japanese parsley or white chervil.
How can it be eaten?
Mitsuba can be used as a herb, salad green and garnish. All parts of the plant are edible. The stems and leaves can be chopped and used to flavour a number of dishes or its trio of leaves used to form an elegant garnish.