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Escarole and Bean Soup
Food Network Rating: (131 Reviews)
Total Time: 22 minutes   Yield: 6 servings
Level: Easy   Cuisine: European Italian
Directions: Heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a heavy large pot over medium heat. Add the garlic and saute until fragrant, about 15 seconds. Add the escarole and saute until wilted, about 2 minutes. Add a pinch of salt. Add the chicken broth, beans, and Parmesan More »
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Q: Can I cook escarole ahead of time and use it for a recipe later i...
A: Janine, you know I have to agree with Robalo, it doesn't take long to cook down Escarole, like it doesn't take long to cook swiss chard and alike. Why clean thi... Read More »
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Q: What is the potential substitute for escarole in cooking.
A: Substitutes for escarole are curly endive or radicchio. As a cooked green substitute Read More »
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Q: What could I use As a substitute for escarole in cooking?
A: Romaine makes a fine substitute for escarole. Mustard greens and nettle leaves also work. ! Read More »
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Q: Do I cook the escarole before adding to escarole soup?
A: I am a former chef and the first girl is right, but for an added bit of texture and flavour keep a few handfuls out, and when you go to serve, saute it with a b... Read More »
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Q: Cooking And Eating Escarole.
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