To me, fennel is a really tasty, classy and under-used vegetable. It works really well with the ricotta in this recipe and has a fantastic sweetness. Please don't buy the crappy ricotta that a lot of the supermarkets have – make sure it's light and crumbly and, if you're out of luck, a fresh goat's cheese is pretty damn good too.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 1065kcal
- Carbs 151.3g
- Sugar 2.6g
- Fat 33.8g
- Saturates 15.9g
- Protein 25.4g
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