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    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Fennel also known as Anise because of it 's taste. Like celery, it is filling and yet very low in calories, so that it provides an excellent snack food for those watching their weight. Baking brings out a nice sweetness.

    Recipe #120273

    I've never tried fennel before tonight. It is wonderful!! It may smell like licorice before you cook it but don't let that scare you away. For a hint of the flavor to come, take a sniff. Often likened in taste to licorice, fennel is in fact far more subtle with a texture similar to celery, and, unlike licorice, the flavor is savory, not sweet. Like celery, it is filling and yet very low in calories, so that it provides an excellent snack food for weight watchers. I used this recipe from Sara's Secrets, the wine is a must if you ask me.

    Recipe #166054

    A delicious side dish to accompany roasted chicken, pork or fish. It also works well as a vegetarian entree with whipped potatoes. The original recipe is from Cooking Light and appeared in 1995. This is my tweaked version. Fennel, for those less familiar, is a bulb shaped vegetable that lots a little bit like a fat celery, with dill-type fronds, and a anise-licorice flavor.

    Recipe #188931

    4 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Fennel, tomatoes, and rosemary lend a Mediterranean note to this bean soup. Serve it with focaccia and a crisp green salad, with gelato for dessert. This hearty recipe can easily be made into a tasty meatless version by omitting the chicken.

    Recipe #214012

    An adaptation of a Cooking Light recipe. This is light and refreshing with a pleasing contrast between the sweetness of the orange and dressing, the licorice flavor of the fennel and the saltiness of the olives. Perfect for lunch or brunch. Since there is no dairy involved, this salad travels well.

    Recipe #197531

    The 2005 RecipeZaar World Tour has me in search of new recipes from regions around the world. This is an untried recipe from Cooking Light. I love the flavor that fennel introduces to any dish, including this elegant borscht. If you try it ahead of me, please let me know what you think.

    Recipe #135226

    This fruity salad is ideal for summer time barbecue and complements lamb and grilled fish perfectly.

    Recipe #228866

    A fine citrus salad adapted from an old Cooking Light.

    Recipe #107531

    I got this recipe off the internet ( I think it was in a newspaper)and it is so good. Very tasty, creamy and filling. You will swear this has cream in it!!!

    Recipe #113526

    1 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This, to me, is a very special fragrant dish that I enjoy making and serving it to special guests who like something a bit different. It is worth the bit of extra effort.

    Recipe #10874

    6 Reviews |  By Lennie

    Found in an older issue of Chatelaine magazine; posted in response to a request for fennel recipes. I haven't tried this myself.

    Recipe #24136

    Something a little different for a hot summer evening!

    Recipe #86919

    3 Reviews |  By Lene

    This very simple, low-fat, Italian peasant style salad is a lovely, refreshing accompaniment to plain meat and fish dishes.

    Recipe #111954

    Came across this one in my current quest to change up the menu a bit and have fallen for fennel. With a distinctive licorice flavor, fennel has many natural pairings including both pork and tomatoes. In this recipe, grilled or pan cooked chops are given a zippy finish with a Italian inspired sauce. For those of us who don't always have time to marinade and do a lot of prep work, this seems like lovely dish to serve to family or friends.

    Recipe #188700

    Another recipe from the Mayo Clinic Williams-Sonoma Cookbook.

    Recipe #110313

    I made this from a recipe I found in Cooking Light this month. It was a great recipe, but trust me when I tell you to cook it, cool it, put it in the fridge, and serve it the NEXT NIGHT! It was soooooooo much better the 2nd day! The stew was a lot richer and all the flavors just intensified over night... Mmmm.

    Recipe #152315

    I never tried Quinoa until I became a Weight Watcher. I love the stuff. This is a light salad for those days your hungry but don't want to eat heavy. 3 points per serving. Sorry, This recipe isn't core.

    Recipe #159130

    A fantastic medley of French vegetables - Fennel Bulb, Onions, Garlic, Red Peppers, Aubergines & Tomatoes; oven roasted in a Balsamic vinegar, Caper & Olive oil dressing! Simple yet impressive and adds a real splash of colour to any meal. I make loads of this, usually with the vegetables listed, but you can add anything you like which is in season, such as Courgettes; It freezes very well and is used in numerous recipes of mine, such as Vegetarian Lasagne, Vegetarian Shepherds Pie, Pasta Bakes, Hot Vegetable Salad and also a great recipe which I will post, called French Roast Chicken & Vegetables in Wine! Great ALL year around, the only proviso is what vegetables you have in season.......however, the Fennel Bulb & Capers really adds that oooh la la!!!

    Recipe #195130

    An easy roasted vegetable dish.

    Recipe #148235

    27 Reviews |  By Xexe

    This recipe came from the foodtv.com kitchens

    Recipe #100000

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