Substitute for Parsley in South East Asia?

Daniel Bingham
  • Substitute for Parsley in South East Asia? Daniel Bingham

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    Parsley substitute

    So I'm currently living in Thailand and I'd like to try and make some of the Italian-American dishes I grew up loving. Most of the necessary ingredients are present and accounted for, except parsley. I haven't seen parsley anywhere.

    So what are some possible substitutes common to south east Asia that I can look for?

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