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Rapini (also known as Broccoli Rabe (or Raap or Raab), Broccoletti, Broccoli di Rape, Cime di Rapa, Rappi, Friarielli (in Naples), and Grelos) is a common vegetable in the cuisines of Southern Italy (in particular Bari and Sicily), Galicia, China, and Portugal.
Rapini has many spiked leaves that surround a green bud which looks very similar to a small head of broccoli. There may be small yellow flowers blooming from the buds, which are edible.
The flavor of rapini has been described as nutty, bitter, and pungent.
A common preparation involves sauteing it with garlic over low heat for 10 - 15 minutes.
Rapini (broccoli rabe) is usually found in the produce section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
|British (UK) term:||Rapini (broccoli rabe)|
|en español:||brócoli rabe|
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