Known for its slightly bitter, almond-like taste, Friarielli grows mainly in Italy in small quantities. This means it is hard to find, but we've got you covered.
This leafy green plant is part of the mustard family and is sometimes called Rapini, Broccoli Rabe or Cime di Rapa.
A staple in Neapolitan cuisine, Friarielli is perfect use in pasta dishes - mixed with garlic, chilli and extra virgin olive oil. Or sautéed with onions and garlic for an authentic side dish.