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Endive is a leaf vegetable belonging to the genus Cichorium, which includes several similar ... Escarole, or broad-leaved endive (var latifolia), has broad, pale green leaves and is less bitter than...

Escarole | Define Escarole at Dictionary.com


Escarole definition, a broad-leaved form of Cichorium endivia, used in salads. See more.

Escarole: Definition - What Is Escarole? - Culinary Arts - About.com


Definition: In the culinary arts, escarole is a leafy green vegetable and member of the chicory family, along with frisée, endive and Belgian endive. Sometimes ...

What is escarole? | Cookthink


Escarole is a variety of endive whose leaves are broader, paler and less bitter than other members of the endive family. In taste -- but not color -- it is almost ...

What is Escarole? (with pictures)


Escarole is a curly versatile and tasty salad green. Despite its slightly bitter taste, escarole is an excellent complement to...

Escarole | Definition of Escarole by Merriam-Webster


French escarole, scarole, from Old French escariole, from Late Latin escariola, from Latin escarius of food, from esca food, from edere to eat — more at eat.

What is a substitute for escarole? | Reference.com


Escarole substitutes include radicchio, borage, mustard greens, curly endive, frisee, spinach and arugula. When choosing a substitute, consider the planned ...

Escarole - definition of escarole by The Free Dictionary


A variety of endive (Cichorium endivia var. latifolia) having relatively broad, mildly bitter leaves. [French, from Old French scariole, from Late Latin ēscāriola, ...

escarole - pronunciation of escarole by Macmillan Dictionary


Pronunciation of escarole. How to say escarole with audio by Macmillan Dictionary.

Wilted Escarole | The Splendid Table


Fleshy outer escarole leaves, too tough for salad, make a delicious "what-is-this? " side dish. Slowly wilted, the sturdy leaves fall into gorgeous, satiny folds with a ...

a broad-leaved form of Cichorium endivia, used in salads.
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