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Fresh Radicchio

Product Description

Radicchio, a bitter vegetable that is often mistaken for colorful lettuce or red cabbage, is actually a type of chicory. In fact, it's often called Italian chicory because of its prominent position in Italian cooking.
Before using, trim any brown off of the stem and remove the limp outer leaves. Slice raw radicchio into thin strips and add to salads for extra crunch and a hit of spicy bitterness. When cooked, radicchio's bitter bite mellows and sweetens a little. It takes well to high-heat cooking methods like roasting and grilling, but it can also be slow-cooked and combined with other vegetables or meat.

Ingredients Radicchio.

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Nutrition Facts
  • Radicchio

    Serving Size   0.75 cup1
    Serving Per Container 

    Amount Per Serving
    Calories 5
    %DV
    Total Fat 0g
    Sodium 51mg
    Total Carbohydrate 1g
    Dietary Fiber 1g
    Protein 0g

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