Top Rated Dandelion Green Recipes

Dandelion Greens with a Fried Egg, Croutons, and Anchovy Dressing
Here's our spin on Caesar salad. Instead of the usual mild romaine, we use robust, slightly bitter dandelion greens, which make for a heartier, more deeply flavored salad. The piquant cheese, anchovy, and peppery Sicilian extra-virgin olive oil balance the strong flavor of the leaves, and the egg yolk adds a lovely richness. If you can't find good dandelion greens, try using escarole, frisée, chicory, or Treviso radicchio. You want something that's sturdy and slightly bitter. Avoid arugula and baby spinach — they are far too delicate for this dressing and will quickly wilt. Click here to see 'Franny's' Cookbook Brings the Neighborhood Italian Joint to Your Kitchen.
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One of the main healing properties of this recipe is the eggs. Each one contains 6 grams of protein, nine essential amino acids, and only 1.5 grams of saturated fat. They are rich in lutein, which helps prevent macular degeneration and cataracts, they improve the human lipid profile, thereby balancing cholesterol, and they contain naturally occurring vitamin D. 
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This refreshing salad gives a nod to summer with grilled peaches and dandelion greens, and is the perfect dish to create when you're craving something light and grilled. 
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**Sunday**
Just a way to eat the healthiest of greens.
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chefmeow
WILTED DANDELION GREENS This recipe came from an estate sale. I obtained it when I purchased the family collection from the Anderson Estate in Wylie, Texas in 1991.
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Gina Marie Miraglia Eriquez
Cicoria is a standard cooked green on menus all over Italy—it has a pleasing bitterness that's offset by the richness of the oil it's sautéed in. Sadly, it's hard to find that kind of chicory in America, but dandelion greens make a nice substitute.
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Recipe Circus
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Chef #operalady46
An old recipe from the South. Great in the Spring when they just pop up all over the place. Nice and young!
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Grace Parisi
This recipe can also be made into two 12-inch pizzas. If you do not have a pizza stone or baking tiles, bake the calzones on a single baking sheet.
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In Rome, this is a typical way of preparing bitter greens. Active time: 30 min Start to finish: 30 min
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Linda's Busy Kitchen
We used to go picking dandelions in the spring (May), using a V-shaped blade tool with a long handle on it... We just dug into the roots of the dandelions, and lifted down on the handle, and it cut the dandelion at the top of the root. Before the dandelions bloom is the best time to pick them, as they are sweeter.
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Grace Parisi, Food & Wine MARCH 1998
This recipe can also be made into two 12-inch pizzas. If you do not have a pizza stone or baking tiles, bake the calzones on a single baking sheet.
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