Romanesco broccoli, or Roman cauliflower is related to, you guessed it, cauliflower and broccoli as part of the Brassica oleracea. You can use it in any recipe that you would broccoli and cauliflower. It is wonderful cooked in soup, chopped in an omelet or frittata, or roasted as a simple side dish. Here are three must-try rockin' romanesco recipes.
Chili and Romanesco Pasta
A simple and flavorful dish that can be made any night of the week.
Roasted Romanesco with Salsa Verde
The romanesco becomes sweet and caramalized when roasted which nicely compliments the zesty salsa verde.
Romanesco and Bacon Tart
This tasty dish is great served for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
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