Creamy white beans, sweet cherry tomatoes and polenta are ready to take on crisp broccoli rabe and a fried egg with a bursting yolk. Serve the red pepper flaked dish for a hearty brunch.
By Amy Endemann
Rapini, or broccoli rabe, is classically paired with garlic and red pepper flakes. I’ve added polenta, creamy white beans, and sweet cherry tomatoes for an Italian-themed brunch or light dinner.
To match the crispy roasted rapini we’re adding some crispy, olive-oil fried eggs, pulling the whole thing together with nice runny yolks.Print
Borrowed Salt was sparked by my attempts to cook around the world. The recipes are borrowed from diverse cultures, friends, restaurants, and the experience of cooking in a LOT of different kitchens.