From Belgian endive to curly endive, these recipes will show you how to prepare this leafy green vegetable for a variety of dishes like salads and grilling. Think pear, blue cheese and endive salad or nutty endive pizza with two cheeses - delicious!
Granny Smith apples add a sweet crispness to this light and healthy salad with zesty lemon flavors. Grapes and Belgian endive bring special taste to this fresh side dish recipe.
This grilled side dish works well with chicken, but could also work as a light main dish.
Baked bean traditionalists may be surprised by this cool twist on the classic recipe, but they'll go for its hearty flavor. This recipe is as ideal to transport to a picnic or potluck as it is to serve at home.
Curly endive is a salad green with frilly, narrow, dark green leaves. This prickly green adds a pleasantly mild bitter taste to the pizza.
With an impressive assortment of grilled vegetables, this side dish takes center stage. Romesco sauce, a blend of grilled tomatoes and ground almonds, provides a perfect accent.
This vegetable appetizer adds a colorful note to your holiday spread. Save the artichoke marinade to infuse the veggie caviar with tangy flavor.
You can enjoy a pasta dinner even when you're not in the mood to cook. Break up no-boil lasagna noodles and cover with boiling water for 10 minutes. They're great in this main-dish pasta salad.
Escarole, a type of endive, is typically used in salads, but it makes a great addition to this hearty one-pot dish.
Pears and crunchy walnuts make this quick-to-make green endive salad company special.
Trade standard iceberg or romaine for escarole and endive for a more unique salad starter.
Enjoy asparagus, the treasured spring vegetable, in this main-dish salad. The sophisticated presentation makes this salad great for lunch parties, but it's so easy to prepare, you can have it for a weeknight meal.