Top Rated Endive Recipes

A hearty winter side dish. A good alternative to creamed spinach, and wonderful when served with a simple chuck roast and Wild Rice Pilaf with Pomegranate.
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This light and colorful salad is a great way to get dinner started during the holidays. Serve the dish with a comforting soup to really round out your appetizer menu. This recipe by JeanMarie Brownson was originally published in the Chicago Tribune
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Crispy Chickpea Croutons With Yogurt Dressing
A great recipe to try if you're looking for a new spin on the usual lunch salad. Recipe courtesy of Chef Tom Colicchio
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Original Cobb Salad recipe - The Daily Meal
The famed Cobb salad has to be one of the most colorful of all salad classics. Traced back to 1936 and the then-owner of the renowned Brown Derby restaurant/landmark then in Hollywood, Robert Cobb's salad best can be described as a cross between a salad and a club sandwich. Originally inspired by the selection of choice leftovers in the Brown Derby's well-stocked larder, Cobb salad usually is presented in either stemmed glass dishes or a huge trifle bowl and tossed with its dressing at the last minute.—Marcy Goldman-Posluns, Chicago TribuneThis recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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Maine Lobster Salad with Blood Orange and Tarragon-Citrus Vinaigrette
Start your meal with this fresh salad. If you can’t find blood oranges, substitute with clementines. Serve crisp glasses of grüner veltliner from Austria, which is a great partner for vinaigrette-topped salads. Adapted from a recipe by Samuel Haywood, executive chef and Director of Food and Beverage at The Harraseeket Inn in Freeport, Maine.Click Here to See More Salad Recipes
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Citrus
This bright and healthy dish is served with asparagus, endive, olives, and thyme. Use this clever way of adding citrus notes to charcoal to get the full effect of chef Gresh’s recipe. Check out how to make Citrus Charcoal here. Click here for more grilling tips from chef Gresh.  
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Nam Prik Ong
This is a tasty Thai appetizer that is great for serving crowds. For an extra-special presentation, take about a spoonful of the filling and place it into little endive "boats" — making serving spoons unnecessary. See all chicken recipes. 
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