Next time you're firing up the grill for steaks or chicken, toss on some wedges of radicchio for a substantial, healthful, and easy-to-make side dish. If you're not familiar with radicchio, you may have thought that the variegated, softball-size heads in the produce section are a type of cabbage. But radicchio, like endive, is actually a chicory, a family of slightly bitter lettuces sturdy enough to stand up to the intense heat of the grill and come out sweeter for the experience. When creating the dressing for the charred purple-red radicchio leaves, I knew my Beet Horseradish and balsamic vinegar would be the perfect match in color and flavor. Sprinkled with toasted walnuts, Grilled Radicchio just might steal the spotlight at your next cookout.
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