Fresh Food and Bold Flavors for Today’s Home Cook. By: Scott Mowbray & Ann Taylor Pittman
Lighter, yes, but we did not deviate from the classic ingredients that define this dish. Frisée, also known as curly endive, has lacy leaves and a bitterness that marries with the creamy yolk. If you can’t find frisée on its own, it’s often included in mesclun combinations, along with radicchio—and that’s fine.