What Is a Substitute for Escarole?

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Escarole is amongst the three major types of endive and it can be substituted for curly endive or radicchio. Escarole is a dark leafy green vegetable that can either be used as a salad green or cooked and eaten as a vegetable side dish.
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One of the most suitable substitutes for escarole is kale. You can also use spinach or the Swiss chard. Your choice of a substitute will depend on the reasons for avoiding escarole. Remember that kale takes longer to cook than spinach and this is a factor you may want to consider.
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