'endives' on Serious Eats

French in a Flash: Endive Gratins

Endive gratin is a traditional dish—it has the rich voluptuousness of a gratin and crisp, bitter verdure of the vegetable. Ham-wrapped endive halves are smothered in a simple béchamel and covered with Gruyère cheese, then baked until the endive is soft and mellow and the cheese is bubbly and gooey. Add a small green salad with a little lemon juice and fleur de sel and you're in business. More

In Season: Endives

The endive, a leafy vegetable, is actually a member of the daisy family. Often cooked or simply tossed raw into a salad, it's high in vitamins A and K, and is a great source of fiber. Try it with pork tenderloin, or braised with haricots verts—we have recipes for you! More

Cook the Book: Endives, Apples, and Grapes

According to Dorie Greenspan author of Around My French Table if you have never been a fan of endives it's because you have never tried this recipe for pan roasted Endives, Apples, and Grapes. Adapted from Alain Passard, a French chef with an undeniable passion for vegetables, this combination of sweet, bitter, and herbaceous notes lend a complexity of flavor that belies the simplicity of the cooking process. More

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