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Fennel has a fresh, fragrant, licorice-like flavour, that becomes even more delicate when cooked.
About this product
Fennel's anise or licorice flavour is deep but soft. It combines particularly well with other flavours and brings out their fullness. Raw fennel is crisp but tender, and adds delicious crunch and sweetness to salads and crudités. Cooked, it's soft and subtle. Fennel's feathery fronds make a flavourful garnish. Works well with fish or pork.
Braised Fennel: one of the simplest, yet most effective ways of cooking fennel is to braise it. Cut the bulbs in quarters, from tip to root, and remove just enough of the core, so that the quarters still hold together. Melt some butter in a frying pan, add the fennel plus about 150ml chicken or vegetable stock. Season with salt and pepper, cover and braise for 20-25 minutes until tender. Nice with fish or pork.
UPC #: 3338
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