Search Results for “escarole

Click Search when you're done! (or just hit ENTER)

Spinach Salad with Hard-Boiled Egg, Cumin, and Garlic

Raw spinach salads are one my personal favorites. I always recommend organic spinach because spinach happens to be one of the vegetables ...

by Diane Kochilas


Escarole and Fagioli Soup

Soup needn’t take hours to prepare. Here’s an example of one that can be on the table in less than 15 minutes.

by Bonnie Tandy Leblang


Escarole and Gruyère Salad with Walnut Oil

Enjoy this salad in winter when escarole is at its best. You will probably have to trim away a lot of dark leaves to reach the pale, cris...

by Janet Fletcher


New South Stir-Fry of Hearty Greens with Garlic

The South rises again in these delectable stir-fried greens, a far piece from the slow, slow, slow-cooked greens with a chunk of salt por...


Escarole and Seitan Salad with Anchovy-Tarragon Vina...

This escarole salad with dumpling-style seitan is accented by the rich flavors of anchovies, tarragon, and oil-cured black olives. A garn...

by Leonard Jacobs and Barbara Jacobs


Pappardelle with Escarole

This is as simple and as basic as a recipe could be, and all the better for it. I love the way Italians cook greens with their pasta, and...

by Nigella Lawson


Scafata of Fava Beans and Escarole

They do not serve al dente vegetables in Rome, they serve them cooked through, and with maximum flavor. This is not a dish that is brigh...

by Mario Batali


Sautéed Escarole with Pancetta

Too often thought of as just a salad ingredient, escarole is also a wonderful cooked vegetable. Its slightly bitter flavor is accented he...

by Michele Urvater


Escarole & Cannellini Bean Soup

Everybody's grandma made this fixture of the southern Italian immigrant kitchen. Add some short pasta to it and it's pasta fagiola-and th...

by Frank Castronovo and Frank Falcinelli


White Bean and Escarole Soup

There are many variations of soups featuring beans and greens. They are all easy to make (although not quick, if you are using dried bean...

by Viktorija Todorovska


Cookstr search makes finding recipes easy. Here’s how it works:

You can start out with a basic search – such as recipe, ingredient or chef – or try an advanced search by taste, texture, occasion, course, budget, skill level, and many more! Just click the ‘advanced search’ button on the orange search side-menu to expand the full list of search options.

At any time in your search, you can further refine results by checking off additional advanced search categories, and change the order in which results are sorted, by clicking the ‘relevance’, ‘newest’ or ‘chef/author’ buttons directly above your search results.

You can also type a keyword directly into the search bar that fits into any of these categories, and beyond!

Use your imagination - you might be surprised at what you find.


Thanks for signing up!

You'll receive an activation email in your inbox shortly. Don't forget to click that link and activate your new account!

Already a member? Sign in here

Sign up for Cookstr!

  • Receive a free, handpicked selection of recipes in your inbox weekly
  • Save, share and comment on your favorite recipes in My Cookstr
  • Get updates on new cookbooks, Cookstr features, and other exclusives we know you'll love
By signing up you accept the
Terms of Use and Privacy Policy
New to Cookstr? Sign up here
Thanks for commenting!
Would you like to share your comment on Facebook or Twitter?