What can I do with a lot of arugula?
- Salmon and Arugula Frittata with Pesto.
- Summer Squash and Arugula Pizza with Fontina Cheese.
- Grilled Seafood Kebabs and Orecchiette with Arugula.
- Warm Potato Salad with Arugula.
- Stuffed Clams with Linguiça and Arugula.
- Vegan Pesto Babka.
- Rocket Soup (Shorbat Jarjir)
What is arugula used for in cooking?
Arugula is most commonly served raw in salads alongside other greens, but can also be used in pesto, on top of sandwiches, pizzas, or pastas. It can also be sautéed, which helps to mellow out its strong flavor, and then added to soups, pastas, or simply served on its own.
Does arugula taste good cooked?
The answer is yes, you can. Cooked arugula tastes delicious, and with very little effort, you can turn a bunch of these nutritious greens into a tasty side dish. To add more interest, I cook arugula the Italian way with the help of some garlic, raisins and pine nuts.