Roasting fennel brings out its mellow sweetness; a sprinkling of thyme and grated Asiago dresses it up. If you double this recipe, use two baking sheets so the fennel isn’t too crowded to brown.
Turn this side dish into a hearty main by tossing the roasted fennel with pasta and topping it with garlicky toasted breadcrumbs.
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this was delicious and simple!
Very tasty! I have made it multiple times and am making it tonight rather than a potato-fennel gratin in order to have something lighter. Follow the recipe as is - no need to fiddle.
This is delicious! We liked it so much that it only served two. It's a tad salty so it would be best as a complement to something less so.
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