Escarole Italian Style

Escarole Italian Style created by Parsley

Yummy sauted escarole with shallots and garlic

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  • Cut ends off escarole & seperate leaves. Place in a sink full of cool water and let soak while agitating.
  • Meanwhile, in large wide pan, saute shallots in oil until soft and browning, add minced garlic and 1/2 salt and saute another minute.
  • Rough chop escarole and with a bit of the water clinging to leaves and add to pan.
  • Add remaining salt.
  • NOTE It will be ALOT until it starts to wilt just keep turning from the bottom. Saute 15 to 20 minutes or until most of the water is evaporated and escarole is tender. Sprinkle with red pepper if desired.
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  1. Dale G.
    I wish I would have read the reviews before I made this! It was inedible! Like chewing on a salt lick! It should be 1 tsp of salt, not 1 tablespoon!
  2. cannabelle
    This is a one-star recipe if you use the amount of salt indicated in the recipe. It was inedible despite all efforts to salvage it. You should probably use no more than a teaspoon, total, rather than a tablespoon. With the smaller amount of salt, I suspect this recipe would be delicious.
  3. Dave of Tucson
    Yummy!!! Only used a few sprinkles of salt though, it seems that your recipe uses too much.
  4. Parsley
    Escarole Italian Style Created by Parsley
  5. Parsley
    Seriously simple, yet fabulous. I made this as written using the crushed red pepper in half the amount listed. Thanx for an easy and tasty way to fix some healthy greens!
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