Classic Italian Cardone Recipe

Try this traditional way of cooking fresh Cardone

Recipe Information

Source: Ocean Mist Farms

Ingredients:

1 Stalk of fresh Cardone

1 Egg

Flour

Preferred Italian Seasonings

Optional: Grated Parmesan Cheese

Directions:

Rinse and trim ends of fresh Carone

Tip from the Cardone Pros: “Devain” the cardone stalk after rinsing will make it more tender once cooked. (Remove/Pull fiberous strings from stalk of cardone)

Slice Cardone in preferred bite size or longer smaller pieces-similar to photo

On a flat plate for easier “rolling,” blend Flour with your preferred seasoning such as oregono, basil or a generic “italian seasoning mix.” (Optional Seasoning: Grated parmesean cheese)

Beat egg in seperate bowl

Dip pieces of cardone into raw egg and then role the cardone in then seasoned flour.

Place on cookie sheet pre-sprayed with cookin spray, Bake in a 350 oven until tender and golden brown

OR Fry in pan with olive oil until tender and golden brown.

Recipe Reviews

U r so right Tina. I make these also on holidays. My adult son loves them. Hard to find in my home town.

margie campione
May 15, 2014
MonroeMi

U r so right Tina. I make these also on holidays. My adult son loves them. Hard to find in my home town.

U r so right tina, I also make on the holidays. My adult son loves it. Hard to find here in Monroe mI.

Margie
May 15, 2014
MonroeMi

U r so right tina, I also make on the holidays. My adult son loves it. Hard to find here in Monroe mI.

Very traditional recipe except there is no mention of boiling the cardone. After cleaning and removing the strings, cut the cardone and then they

Tina
Nov 22, 2011
RosemontIL

Very traditional recipe except there is no mention of boiling the cardone.

After cleaning and removing the strings, cut the cardone and then they must be boiled until tender, cool; then bread and fry.

We have cardone at Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Ocean Mist Farms , USA 5.0 5.0 3 3 U r so right Tina. I make these also on holidays. My adult son loves them. Hard to find in my home town.
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