Recent Examples of endive from the Web
Here, a 20-minute marinade of garlic, basil, lemon juice and olive oil brings out just enough sweetness in the fish to pair it brilliantly with ribbons of radicchio and Belgian endive and chopped dandelion greens.
Add sliced raw plums, thinly sliced prosciutto and fresh blueberries to a salad of bitter greens such as arugula or endive; dress with a sweet-tart lemon-honey vinaigrette and shaved Grana Padano or grated ricotta salata cheese.
Raw cucumber, dill, carrots, garlic scapes, radishes, and convenient spoonlike spears of endive appeared on my board.
This combination features crunchy fennel and apple, along with slightly bitter Belgian endive.
Add less predictable players, such as bok choy cut into slender strips, arugula, endive, or watercress, or a handful of mild herbs like basil.
Many stringy vegetables such as leeks or endives benefit from a braise as well.
Pour most of the vinaigrette over the beets (reserve some to dress the endive) and toss.
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Origin and Etymology of endive
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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Definition of endive for English Language Learners
: a plant with curly green leaves that are eaten raw
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