What is Fennel? (And How to Cook It) - Recipes by Love and Lemons
Learn how to cook fennel! This delicious veggie has a white bulb, green stalks, and dill-like leaves with a fresh anise flavor. It is eaten raw or cooked.
Caramelized Fennel and Onions - A Slow, Easy Mediterranean Side
Sliced Fennel and onions are sautéed first then slowly cooked until they are caramelized to a toasty brown, finished with Parmesan, lemon, and Italian parsley.
Beef Fillet, Potato Puree, Roasted Fennel, Asparagus, Smoked Garlic & Thyme Butter - Temptation For Food
Ingredients (serves 2) 2 x beef fillet (250g-300g) Sea salt & cracked pepper Grapeseed oil or extra virgin olive oil 1/2 fennel bulb 1 bunch asparagus Sorrel leaves or micro herbs for garnish Smoked Garlic Thyme Butter 100g unsalted butter 1 smoked garlic or garlic clove, crushed 1 tablespoon thyme…
How To Make Fennel Pesto
Fennel frond pesto is mild in flavor and a fantastic way to make pesto, especially if you're out of basil. Reserve the bulbs for another fennel dish (try our Roasted Fennel with Parmesan) and save the stalks for our Root to Stalk Broth.
How To Roast Fennel
We couldn't believe how good this fennel was once it was sprinkled with Parmesan and roasted. Reserve the fennel fronds for our Fennel Frond Pesto and save the stalks for our Root to Stalk Broth.
Pan-fried fennel has a gorgeous caramelized crust. It’s normally intense anise flavor becomes sweet and mellow. Combined with sweet caramelized onions and baby potatoes that have a crisp exterior and light and fluffy soft center.