Radicchio, like other bitter leaves such as Belgian endive, dandelions, cicoria and treviso, becomes extra special when its bitterness is balanced with other tastes – like the sweetness of balsamic vinegar, the saltiness of Parmesan, or the crunchy pepperiness of rocket. Sometimes in life you have one particular thing which, on its own, is nothing, yet mix it up in the right combination and somehow it becomes genius – it's like this with recipes, and especially this one.
Nutritional Information - Amount per serving:
- Calories 419kcal
- Carbs 4.8g
- Sugar 3.2g
- Fat 38.0g
- Saturates 10.7g
- Protein 13.8g
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