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Roasted Fioretto and Negi with Shaved Parmesan

Roasted Fioretto and Negi with Shaved Parmesan

Liven up your menu with roasted fioretto, negi, and shaved parmesan. Fioretto has a subtle sweet flavor and is more delicate and tender than standard cauliflower. Negi is a type of bunching onion with a garlic-like aroma, and a sweet earthy flavor. This dish is filled with its fresh flavors and beautiful colors. The tender, wine-poached negi are served on a platter, topped with the roasted fioretto and tomato mixture, and finished with Balsamic vinegar and shaved parmesan.


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This dish was created for the Oishii Nippon Project in collaboration with the Culinary Institute of America. Click here to learn more. 


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