How to Grill Endive
Grilling season is here! Grills and grill pans aren’t just for burgers. Not that a juicy burger isn’t fantastic, ’cause they are BUT I’ve learned that you can put just about anything on a grill. Grilled fruits and vegetables are some of my favorite foods to grill. Grilled peaches oh yeah. Grilled avocados. Oh Mamma. Grilled endive. Yes please. It’s easy peasy and is the perfect accompaniment to a steak. Go ahead, and give it a
While you’re steaks (or entree of choice) are on the grill, just add your halved, lightly drizzled and seasoned endive. 2 heads of grilled endive is enough to feed a family of 4 as a side dish. If you need more, just throw a few more on the grill. It’s almost effortless and guess what? There’s hardly any dishes to do when you get your grill on. Big bonus points in my house.
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- 2 heads endive - halved
- extra virgin olive oil
- Preheat grill or grill pan.
- Cut a small V from center of endive halves to remove the core. Drizzle with olive oil. Season with salt/pepper.
- Grill for approximately 6-8 minutes until grill marks appear and endive begins to soften.
- Flip. Drizzle with additional olive oil. Season with salt/pepper. Continue grilling for additional 4-6 minutes.