You’ve seen it before, at the supermarket or the farmers’ market; it’s white, bulbous with green stems and has frilly dill-like fronds. It’s fennel.
Fennel is a wonderful vegetable with a sweet, anise or licorice flavor that’s strongest when it’s raw, but much more mellow when it’s cooked. It’s a great vegetable for Fall cooking. Here are 5 mouth-watering recipes what will have you loving this vegetable.
Fig & Fennel Salad
Bitchin Camero‘s Fig & Fennel Salad is a great combination of flavors. With five simple ingredients and a hot pan, this meal is ready in no time.
Fennel Buckwheat Crepes: Brussels Sprouts & Shiitake, Fennel Mornay Sauce
This Fennel Buckwheat Crepes: Brussels Sprouts & Shiitake, Fennel Mornay Sauce from Princess Tofu is gluten-free and oh-so-delicious. It features a fennel mornay sauce, which pairs well with the brussels sprouts and baby shiitake mushrooms. Eat this for breakfast or even for dinner.
Blackened Tilapia with Fennel Slaw
Is you mouth watering yet? This beautiful Blackened Tilapia with Fennel Slaw The Roasted Root makes for a perfect supper. The scrumptious combination will leave you asking for seconds.
Fennel, Eggplant, and White Bean Soup
Thing scream Fall than a nice warm and hearty soup. That’s why I think you’ll love this soup from Eating In Instead — Fennel, Eggplant, and White Bean Soup. The flavors of the eggplant and fennel take center stage and the garlic and cumin give a warm, flavorful boost. This hearty soup will keep you warm this week.
Swiss Casserole with Bread and Cheese & Oven-Roasted Young Fennel
This Swiss Casserole with cheese, bread & white wine, along with oven-baked fennel from Food With A View is a must try. And, if you have a gluten intolerance, just opt for gluten-free bread. The baked fennel is simply prepared with olive oil, salt and pepper.