Romanesco Broccoli Soup- The smooth taste of the Romanesco broccoli and sour cream, enhanced by the holy trinity of carrots, onions and celery. Enhanced by herbs like bay leaves, chives and green onion, then elegantly flavored with just a touch of crumbled blue cheese.
Roasted Romanesco with Pecorino Romano | adapted by lightly (5 min) steaming romanesco, sautéing with garlic, sweet onion, roasted red garden tomatoes, and kalamata olives. Top with shredded Pecorino Romano cheese.
Oscars Snack: Crudités with Lemon-Parsley Tahini Dip Recipe
This tangy dip is made from tahini, a sesame paste that’s also used to make hummus. I love creating a crudité platter using unexpected vegetables like watermelon radishes, Romanesco broccoli, and heirloom carrots – the more colorful, the better!
Romanesco Broccoli- "The texture is more tender than cauliflower, making it suited to raw use as crudités. Romanesco broccoli has a milder flavor, more creamy and nutty, and less bitter, than conventional broccoli or cauliflower." I love the pattern of it...it actually is a fractal / Fibonacci number design!