Beth's Endive Bechamel (COLLAB WITH ONE HUNGRY MAMA)

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Learn how to make a classic Endive Bechamel Recipe perfect for a Sunday night Dinner!
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BETH’S ENDIVE BECHAMEL RECIPE
Serves 4-5

INGREDIENTS:
10 whole endives
5 tbsp (75 g) butter + 1 tbsp (15 g) for greasing casserole dish
¼ cup (30 g) flour
3 cups (700 ml) milk
¾ tsp (3.75 ml) salt
Freshly cracked pepper to taste
Pinch of nutmeg
2 cloves garlic, minced
10 pieces black forest ham
1 cup (240 ml) Gruyere cheese, grated

METHOD:
Pre-Heat oven to 375F (190C)

Grease a 9 x 14 casserole with 1 tbsp of butter.

Core the bottom of each endive by slicing an upside down ‘V” out of each endive bottom. This will remove toughest part of the core. But don’t cut too much or the endive will begin to fall apart.

Place it the bottom of the casserole and roast for 15 mins in the oven. Set aside to cool while you make the béchamel sauce.

In a large pan, I like to use a wide deep skillet for this. Melt the butter until foamy. Then add the flour whisking until a paste forms. Cook the paste for about 1 minute.

Then add the milk slowly whisking all the while until combine. Heat on medium- high until the sauce thickens and is smooth. 3-4 mins.

Season with salt, pepper, nutmeg and garlic. Set aside to cool slightly.

Meanwhile wrap 1 piece of ham around each endive. Place back in the casserole snugly.

Pour sauce evenly across all the endive. Top with grated gruyere cheese.

Bake for 35-40mins until cheese is browned and sauce is bubbly.

Serve with a tossed salad with a mustard vinaigrette. Enjoy!

MUSTARD VINAIGRETTE
Serves 4-5

INGREDIENTS:
1 tsp (5 ml) Dijon Mustard
1 tbsp (15 ml) white wine vinegar (or red wine vinegar works too!)
4 tbsp (60 ml) grape seed oil (or olive oil)
1 shallot, minced
salt and pepper to taste

METHOD:
Place mustard in a bowl and whisk in vinegar. Mix to combine. Slowly add the oil whisking all the while until emulsified and combined. Add shallot and salt and pepper.

Toss with a head of lettuce of your choice. I really like butter leaf lettuce or Frisee lettuce with this dish. Enjoy!

Comments

Rosario Longoria says:

That looks amazing!! No wonder is your husband's fav!

Jovana B says:

Love how the French take the credit for Belgian dishes 😂

T Miller says:

first had this when i lived in Belgium, where they call it "Chicons Au Gratin". love the oven bake idea. i always boiled my endive beforehand which usually waters down my bechemel slightly. ill give the bake a try!

Noor Gareh says:

👍👍👍very good

Ans Verhagen says:

We eat this in Europe all the time. It's really good! I like to melt a little cheese in the bechamel.

Balazs Toth says:

Made it but was very very bitter 🙁 did cut what you said to cut but was still extremely bitter… usually love your recipes!

Chelsea Wipf says:

Hey Beth! I love your videos I can watch them for hours! I was wondering if you could do an Italian Pizza dinner idea? I love Italian pizza but don't know much about Italian cooking. I'd just love to know how to make a good crust and different topping and sauce ideas. 🙂 Id really appreciate it! Thanks again for all your hard work! Keep it up!!

Lydia Balogh says:

I'd really like to try this! Has anyone else? I'd love some reviews!

niki san says:

Hi Beth! I just discovered your videos and I'm hooked. It's been three. Effing. Hours. Help. I can't stooppppppppp

Mary Conroy says:

We made this tonight, Beth. It was delicious. Thanks.

dogandcatmum says:

hi Beth my kids don't eat cheese so l leave it out and i have also cook it with a home made tomato sauce witch my kids love it that way too.

Stefany Cardenas says:

i thought the thing wrapped with ham was chicken 😒😂😂

Emily hancock says:

mmm looks delicious!

Patricia ́Cuisine says:

Beth, what a wonderful and delicious recipe!!! You are right, the endivies are bitter but, when you cook them, they turn out sweeter. It´s a perfect and elegant dish.

Have a great sunday,

Patricia.

Treasure Prelow says:

Hi Beth! Was wondering if u could do a Italian meringue method macaron for your next video please!! Thanks😊

Celosia Ganaha Priskos says:

This looks really good! Great recipe! Also, did you have a chocolate croissant recipe? I thought I remember seeing it on your channel or Kin Community but I don't remember.

Heghineh Cooking Show says:

Thanks for introducing that wonderful channel, loved it!
And this dish of yours looks amazing , yum!

Spark1221 says:

Beth, wow this looks delicious! Another amazing recipe I can't wait to try. Merci beaucoup! x.

Heather Ferguson says:

Have enjoyed your series very much. Thanks. Have met some great new channels.

Canela says:

this can be made vegan too just use vegan dairy products and vegan meat!! 😇

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