Sautèed Broccoli Rabe or Neapolitan Friarielli Italian recipe

Friarielli or broccoli Rabe is the green part of turnips. Sautéed Friarielli is a traditional Neapolitan dish. In Neapolitan cuisine, Friarielli went well with the sausage; Sausage and Friarielli became the most authentic and delicious Neapolitan side dish from this union. The Friarielli has a slightly bitter taste but can sweeten the bitter taste by adding sweet ingredients such as raisins and pine nuts for those who do not like it.




Three decks of Friarielli

One clove of garlic (if you like garlic, you can use more than one clove)

Hot chili pepper 🌶

Four tablespoons extra virgin olive oil

Salt at tests



  • Pass the Friarielli under running water, and remove the yellow leaves if there are any.

  • Heat the oil, garlic, and chili in a large pan (or wok).


  • Add the Friarielli and cover the pan with a lid when the oil gets warm enough.


  • Salt and let the Friarielli cook until the liquid has entirely evaporated.


  • Serve the Friarielli as a one-second side dish of pork, or as we said at the beginning of the post. The Friarielli go well with excellent sausages.


Buon Appetito 😊


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