BALSAMIC MARINATED RADICCHIO
recipe for Balsamic Marinated Radicchio has been reproduced
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recipe for Balsamic Marinated Radicchio traditionally
uses Radicchio Tardivo but it is also delicious with
for Balsamic Marinated Radicchio
4 heads of Radicchio Precoce (or Tardivo)
1 glass red wine vinegar
1 glass dry white wine
1 tbsp. coarse sea salt
salt and pepper
fresh thyme leaves
juice and zest of 1 lemon
2 tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
100ml balsamic vinegar
to make Balsamic Marinated Radicchio
the marinade by mixing the balsamic vinegar, oil,
a pinch of salt and pepper and the thyme leaves.
and cut the radicchio lengthways, making sure to
split it from the root (so that the leaves will
stay together) in 4 to 6 pieces depending on size.
the water with the wine, wine vinegar and salt.
the radicchio and blanch for two minutes.
into a pasta drainer to remove excess water.
on a plate and drizzle with the marinade.
to rest in the fridge for at least a day, mixing
as a starter, with or without the juice.
with permission of Natoora
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