— VEGETABLES- CABBAGES
Romanesco is a delicious yellow-green coloured type of cabbage. The flavour is softer than the normal white cauliflower. This cabbage has received the nickname “tower cauliflower” because of the small, beautiful towers.
The Romanesco refers to the name which was given in Italy in the 16th century. The name was brocolo romanesco, better known as broccoli of Rome. The Romanesco were introduced in the Netherlands in 1979 and since 1986 it were imported with bigger amounts.
How to store
Keep the Romanesco in the fridge. It can stay in the fridge for about 6 days.
How to eat
The romanesco is a multifunctional vegetable. It could be used to cook, stir-fry or to prepare in the oven. Remove the leaves before you cut the florets from the stem.