an erect European annual (Eruca vesicaria sativa) of the mustard family, often grown as a salad crop to be harvested when young and tender.
(ah-ROO-gah-lah): Bitter, peppery salad green resembling radish leaves, also called rocket.
Also known as rocket. Arugula is a pepper and mustard flavored green that is used in many salads and as a sandwich condiment. Watercress is a good substitute if you can't find it. Although, most American farmers' and gourmet markets carry it. Back to the top
Slightly bitter, aromatic salad green, arugula has a peppery mustard taste and contains a rich source of vitamins A and C. It is sold fresh in bunches; purchase ones that have bright green leaves. Wash thoroughly before using. Arugula will keep refrigerated for only 2 days wrapped tightly in plastic.
ah-ROO-guh-lah] A pungent salad green with a distinct peppery flavor, arugula is a terrific addition to salads, and can be sautéed much like spinach. Arugula is widely available in specialty produce markets and in some supermarkets and is sold in small bunches with roots attached. It's also known as rocket, rucola and rugula.
Green leaf vegetable, Mediterranean in origin, with slender, multiple-lobed leaves that have a peppery, slightly bitter flavor. Often used raw in salads, also known as rocket.
also called rocket lettuce, is a slightly bitter, aromatic salad green with a peppery, mustard flavor. A rich source of iron as well as vitamins A and C.
Also known as Rocket, Arugula is the most strangely flavored of all greens, possessing a distinctive hot, peppery muddiness that may be an acquired taste. Younger, smaller arugula is milder; old arugula may be far too hot.
A bitter and aromatic salad green. Good source of iron and vitamins A and C.
a slightly bitter, peppery salad green of Italian origin; also called "rocket."
Also known as rocket, arugula is a member of the mustard family, known for its peppery taste. Asiago cheese A creamy, slightly sharp cheese that can be grated, crumbled, or cut into chunks to serve. Belgian Endive Look for compact heads of yellow or white leaves. Leaves of this type of lettuce have a crisp texture and slightly bitter taste. Bibb lettuce Small, tight leaves that have a crunchy sweetness.
also called rocket, rugula, and rucola; bitterish, aromatic salad green with a peppery mustard flavor
An assertive salad green with peppery, somewhat bitter overtones.
This slightly bitter, aromatic salad green (also called "rocket," "Rugula," and "Rucolo") has a peppery mustard flavor. Look for bright green, fresh-looking leaves. Makes a lively addition to salads, soups, and sautéed vegetables.
a bitter, peppery salad green resembling radish leaves
a leaf vegetable with dark green, spiky, dandelion-like leaves and a strong, spicy, peppery flavor; used in salads; also known as rocket, rugula, and rucola.
Rocket, also known as arugula, garden rocket, rocket salad, rugola, rucola and roquetteThe term arugula (from Italian dialect arigola) is found chiefly in the U.S.; both words arugula and rocket ultimately come from Latin eruca., is a type of leaf vegetable, and although often mistaken for a sort of lettuce, is in fact an herb; a member of the mustard family. It is rich in vitamin C and iron.