Garlic Roasted Endives
I have a really simple recipe today that’s full of flavor and so easy too! Garlic Roasted Endives
I just love these…..and I usually eat the whole tray myself.
It’s true. ;)
Now let me show you how truly easy these tasty little garlic roasted endives are.
They start out like this….
I rinse well and cut those ends off.
Then I slice them longways….
…and add all that good stuff you see there.
It’s a mixture of Parmesan cheese, chopped walnuts–> (secret ingredient that really makes them tasty!), garlic, seasonings and olive oil.
If you don’t do dairy, you can use nutritional yeast, like this one that I use, in place of the Parmesan.
Bake for about 15 minutes and then broil for about 5 to get them crispy on top.
The garlic roasted endives don’t look like much but they sure do taste good!
And they make a great side dish too.
Or even an appetizer or snack.
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- 3 endives sliced into quarters
- 3 T shredded Parmesan cheese
- 2 cloves garlic minced
- 2 T chopped walnuts chopped small
- Salt to taste
- Cayenne pepper to taste (I like a bit of spice with everything, if you don't, omit)
Lay the sliced endives on a baking pan or stone .
Drizzle with olive oil.
Sprinkle with garlic, Parmesan Cheese, walnuts and seasonings.
Bake at 350 for 10-15 minutes until tender.
Broil for approximately 5 minutes to crisp the top layer. (keep an eye on them)
If you don't eat dairy, you can replace the Parmesan cheese with nutritional yeast.
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I’ve never had endives, but these sure sound yummy. I’ll have to give them a try!!
Thank you, Nancy! xo
Oh they are good! My husband doesn’t like them though so everyone may not. They do have a slight bitter taste but I like it! :)
These are so good with the mixture of all that roasted goodness (walnuts, Parmesan cheese and garlic..oh my!)
i knew i loved you for a reason lol, endives are one of my favorite foods’ and this is going on the menu asap yum yum xx
Oh yay!! :) I usually get to eat them all (and do!lol) because no one else really likes them here. They don’t know what they’re missing!
Enjoy!! They are yummy
Nancy, Oh my everything you bake and create is just delicious looking. You inspire me in the Kitchen and that’s a hard thing to do xoxoxo Lesley
Thank you Lesley!! :)
These were so good!
I am off dairy right now so I left out the Parmesan, but they were still delicious – I didn’t miss it at all.
I tossed them in a salad of steak, quinoa, apples, and garlic oil. I would recommend it. :)
I baked them at 350 degrees for the recommended time, but I didn’t see a cooking temperature. What temp do you recommend? (I apologize if I simply overlooked it.)
Yay, so glad you liked them Amanda! And yes, I’m so sorry, 350 is correct. I have updated the post to include that and also added in a non-dairy replacement for the cheese that I like to use as well. :) How you prepared yours sounds wonderful, by the way! Will have to try it! :) xo
do you just slice them ponce longways, like in the directions? Or quarter them, like you have listed in ingredients?
You can really do it either way! I like them quartered so you get more of the “good stuff” on top. :)