Nutritional Profile

Rich in folic acid, vitamin A, and vitamin C, and it also contains small amounts of vitamin K and manganese.

Applications

Frisee is most often used raw in fresh applications though it can also be wilted or sautéed to mellow its bitterness. Utilize Frisee to add texture and crunch to leafy green, stacked and lightly chopped salads. Frisee is a hardy green and will maintain its texture when paired with warm ingredients making it ideal as part of a salad bed for grilled steak, salmon and chicken. The bitter flavor of Frisee marries well sweet, sour and salty accompaniments such as orange segments, pomegranate seeds, pears, bacon lardons, garlic, anchovies, poached egg, toasted walnuts, balsamic vinegar and robust creamy cheeses such as blue and goat. Frisee will keep, refrigerated, for one to two weeks.

Taste

They taste mildly bitter and have a bit of a peppery taste.