What to do when life hands you some radicchio and…well…you don’t particularly like it?  Check out this recipe for radicchio and haricot vert salad with candied walnuts over at Marcus Samuelsson’s blog and I guarantee you’ll be eating it (and loving it) before you know it!

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33 Responses to Radicchio and Haricot Vert Salad with Candied Walnuts

  1. Looks beautiful! I will go check it out now 🙂

  2. Daisy says:

    gorgeous salad! I love radiccio!

  3. Candace says:

    I’m not the biggest radicchio fan either; but your salad looks beautifully delicious! Going to check it out now. Have a great day!

  4. Love radicchio – and candied walnuts! Yum.

  5. Looks great, going to go check it out!

  6. Beautiful colours! next click is for Marcus S.!

  7. That Girl says:

    I never know what to do with radicchio!

  8. Faith says:

    Oooh, are those wheat berries I see?! I’m off to check out the recipe!

  9. Heading over now! This salad has my name all over it!

  10. I love fresh salads like this. Radicchio is an interesting ingredient.

  11. Pam says:

    Anything with candied walnuts is good!

  12. Pam says:

    This sounds like it would be a perfect salad for lunch at school!

  13. Looks really fabulous, Joanne! Love the candied nuts sprinkled over…it really must balance the out the flavor of the radicchio well. I’m off the check out the rest of the post! 🙂


  14. Juliana says:

    Yummie, the salad looks delicious, and I love candied walnut.
    Hope you are having a great week Joanne 🙂

  15. You got ny attention! Heading over right now.

  16. Gloria says:

    yumm! look delicious!! gloria

  17. Monet says:

    I’m on my way over…and I have no doubt I’ll love it. I love radicchio, and I don’t cook with it nearly enough. Thank you for sharing another delightful eat. I hope you had a great Tuesday. I’m looking forward to an evening of good food and baking. Take care and much love.

  18. Kelly says:

    I love nuts in salad – I find they add so much particularly if they’ve been candified 🙂 it would also be a nice counterbalance to the occasional bitterness of radichhio – very nice!

  19. This salad sounds delicious. Can’t wait for our summer to try it out.

  20. Peggy says:

    I can never get radicchio to taste good – maybe with your help I can finally prepare it properly! This looks amazing =)

  21. daphne says:

    refreshing!! radicchio to taste good hey!? with your magic touch I am sure it would!

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  23. Elizabeth says:

    I actually am a radicchio fan. I of course love it grilled but also shredded with some less bitter greens

  24. Eliana says:

    Heading over now girlfriend, as this sounds super delish.

  25. Carolyn Jung says:

    I am a sucker for anything with candied walnuts. Heck, that’s definitely a way to make picky eaters gorge on some veggies — just shower them with these sweet, crunchy, addicting nuts.

  26. I checked out the recipe and I think I will be able to substitute that partial head of red cabbage lurking in my frig. I was wondering what I was going to do with it. So thanks.

  27. polwig says:

    Sweet, salty, crunchy and healthy. I am SOLD !!!

  28. I’m not a big fan of radicchio. I never found a way to serve it that took the bitterness out. This looks good enough that I would consider trying. Beautiful salad.

  29. Sanjeeta kk says:

    Wow…how do get to cook with such variety food ingredients and come out with these refreshing recipes,Joanne! Love the salad.

  30. Cara says:

    Looks awesome to me, darlin’. PS is that shot on your kitchen floor? (no judgement from me – I eat off the floor all the time!)

  31. wow, that plate looks great, checking out the recipe now 🙂

  32. Jeanette says:

    What a beautiful salad – love the balance of bitterness, sweetness and saltiness, made heartier with whole grains added.

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