The Basics: Frisée

The Basics. Frisee By Rebecca Gordon Publisher Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques. Classic French Recipes How To Make Lyonnaise Salad BY Rebecca Gordon Publisher Buttermilk Lipstick Culinary Entertaining Techniques. Classic French Recipe Cooking Baking Tutorials Modern Southern Socials RebeccaGordon Publisher Pastry Chef Tv Cooking Personality Southern Hostess Birmingham AlabamaCooking Essentials

The Technique

Frisée

Frisée, commonly known as curly endive or chicory, may be identified by bright, narrow leaves with a somewhat bitter bite. It is a lettuce preferred for use in a traditional Lyonnaise Salad but the term may also refer more broadly to a dish of wilted greens that have been tossed with an oil based vinaigrette. Cichorium endivia classified under the variety crispum, frisée is delicious as a main component to recipes or a lovely accent when a collection of greens are used to provide flavor, texture & contrast. Learn how to clean & store this bold lettuce that may be used for a variety of cooking applications.

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How To Store & Clean Frisée

Frisée may be stored up to a week in the refrigerator. The key is to take a bit of extra care once purchased & home. Wrap the lettuce in several paper towels then place it back into the plastic bag. Store in the vegetable crisper until ready for use.

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Using a chef knife, slice the stem end away from the lettuce then place the leaves in a vegetable colander. Rinse well under cool tap water to remove any dirt then shake the leaves well of any droplets. Dry them further by folding in paper towels. This will allow dressings & vinaigrettes to cling better to the lettuces. Use as directed in specific recipe applications.

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