Top Rated Radicchio Recipes

Corn Salad with Radicchio & Red Onion Recipe
Credit for this fantastic summer recipe goes to a dear family friend who introduced me to it last year. Wonderfully fresh-tasting and requiring almost no cooking, it's one of those perfect easy-to-whip-up dishes you can serve alongside your favorite grill fare. Click here to see more Spectacular Summer Corn Recipes.
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5
Balsamic Pork Chop with Pears and Radicchio
For me, pork chops aren't so much about cooking technique as they are about what you serve them with. Here is a roast pork chop recipe for the seasonally-inclined cook. The lightly-cooked pears and balsamic reduction add a nice sweet touch that is balanced by the slight bitterness of the radicchio. Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Pork Chops
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4.8
Grilled Radicchio
Bitter radicchio leaves, sweet balsamic vinegar, salty cheese, and sweet orange peel come together to make a wonderfully tasty, balanced salad.This recipe is courtesy of Epicurious.
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4.75
Not only does this delicious salad taste like fall, it looks like it too. Colored with variations of red, from the quinoa to the grapes, this cauliflower salad will be your go to autumn side dish. This recipe was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
During this holiday season, you can still eat healthily and enjoy a thyme caesar salad. This recipe is courtesy of  JeanMarie Brownson and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Roasted Autumn Harvest Salad
Roasting the fruits for this salad in a little balsamic vinegar and olive oil provides a beautiful depth of flavor and a natural sweetness that balances the acidity of the dressing. Once assembled, this is a stunning salad, and the toasted hazelnuts add a lovely crunch. Recipe courtesy of Danielle Walker.
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4.5
Grilled meat skewers, or yakitori, are a popular street and bar food in Japan. For this recipe, beef is marinated and glazed with a mixture of mirin, soy sauce, sake, sugar and Japanese 7-Spice Blend. A pickled Brussels sprouts salad adds crunch and bright flavor.Recipe courtesy of McCormick
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4.5
Arugula Salad
This salad is so simple, yet is packed full of so many different flavors: It’s peppery, bitter, and citrusy, all at once.This recipe is courtesy of The Yellow Table.
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4
Wilted Spinach Salad
Here's a quick and easy appetizer for two, or a light meal for one. There are so many wilted spinach salad recipes out there which insist on using bacon, but sometimes it's nice to have something a little healthier, so I swapped out the bacon for sautéed mushrooms. Enjoy this with a glass of fruity white wine. Click here to see the Simple Ingredients Made Spectacular story. 
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Mahi and Radicchio Ceviche
Chef Tiffany Derry prepared what she calls more of an “Asian-style sashimi” than a typical mahi-mahi ceviche at the kick-off dinner for the 2011 St. Croix Food & Wine Experience. Bright and refreshing with a hint of heat, this dish was served with a dry rosé and makes for a perfect first course.
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3.5
Garganelli
Here’s a recipe from Osteria Morini, a restaurant in New York City focusing on the cuisine of Emilia-Romagna, a region known for its prosciutto and its Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, both featured prominently in this recipe.
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3
Healthy Chicken Salad
Crunchy and slightly bitter, this easy salad is a healthy and tasty dish to make for dinner or the night before for lunch the next day. In fact, as the acid in the dressing softens the radicchio, the flavors meld together overnight and make the salad even better than it was the before. Plus, you don't have to worry about how to dress the salad because the work has already been done! I cooked the chicken for this salad, but you can always use leftovers from dinner the night before. Similarly, while I used leftover roasted asparagus, nearly any other cooked vegetable can be used instead.  Click here to see 9 Tasty Lunch Ideas for Work.
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