Crunchy and sweet when raw, tender and mildly anise-flavored when cooked, fennel adds subtle flavor and texture to soups, sauces, salads, and even quiche. Follow the fennel recipes in the collection below.
Fennel, feta cheese, oregano, and olives bring out asparagus’s Mediterranean side in this tender salad. Thin asparagus work best in this recipe.
Yellow Indian Woman beans turn a pale lentil-like brown when cooked, but their ultra-creamy texture still brightens up this autumn-inspired recipe.