Oven roasted radicchio. Roasting the radicchio mellows its slightly bitter flavor; balsamic vinegar adds a touch of sweetness. You can use either of the popular varieties of radicchio — round Verona or slender Treviso — in this recipe, since they both yield delicious results. Serve the radicchio wedges alongside the pasta.
Thinly sliced, radicchio is frequently added into lettuce mixes for salads. The deep red vegetable is also a welcome addition to crunchy slaws. Roasted or grilled wedges are a tasty side dish on their own or can be added to other dishes like pasta, risotto, or pizza. You can have Oven roasted radicchio using 7 ingredients and 5 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Oven roasted radicchio
- Prepare 1 head of radicchio, cut into quarters (stem in).
- You need of cooking spray.
- Prepare 1/2-1 tsp of salt.
- Prepare of olive oil, for drizzling on.
- It’s 1/2 tsp of pepper.
- You need of balsamic glaze.
- Prepare of Parmesan cheese, shaved.
Tossed with apples and radicchio, this roasted fennel salad is crunchy, savory, bright and fresh. It's a shockingly easy recipe, but so impressive. It can be difficult to get down with salads once the weather turns decidedly cooler. Before adding the radicchio, toss a thinly sliced or roughly chopped clove of garlic in the pan.
Oven roasted radicchio instructions
- Preheat oven to 400°.
- Cut the radicchio into wedges with the stem in. Put wedges in a medium bowl. Spray all sides with cooking spray. Drizzle with the olive oil and S&P coating all sides..
- Put wedges on a sprayed baking rack into the oven for 12 minutes, turning once, until wilted and slightly charred..
- Before you serve them, drizzle balsamic glaze on them and top with shaved cheese..
- This is excellent on the grill also. If grilling, place on sprayed foil and turn every minute for about 6 minutes..
Stir and add the radicchio immediately or, for a more distinctive flavor, let the garlic turn golden before adding the radicchio. Counter the bitterness by slowly caramelizing a sliced shallot or two over medium-low heat before sautéeing the radicchio. Wilted radicchio and spinach are a nice match for spicy red pepper flakes and smoky, salty bacon. Treviso—with its not-too-tough (but also not-too-tender) leaves—is the best choice for this. Radicchio is in season during the autumn and spring, but is often farmed over the winter too, making it a fantastic winter salad option.