About the ingredient swiss chard. Including 47 recipes with swiss chard, nutrition data, photos, and where to find it.
Swiss chard is usually found in the produce section or aisle of the grocery store or supermarket.
Swiss chard is a member of the Vegetables and Vegetable Products US Department of Agriculture nutritional food group.
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There are 47 recipes that contain this ingredient.
Summer White Bean Soup recipe
These delicious panini is made with whole grain bread, spread with creamy yet tasty white bean spread, topped with swiss chard that's braised in a mixture of broth and wine. It fills you up, gives you all the nutrients you need, and satisfies your tummy.
Found this recipe in donna hay magazine, and I just happened to have all the ingredients this recipe called for. I did make a few changes and cook it differently. The frittata came out delicious, but next time I will cook it on the stove top first to give a nicely browed bottom, then broil at the last a few minutes.
This turned out quite nicely, great mix of textures and flavors. If you use store bought salsa and store bought tortilla chips you will want to watch the salt levels.
An easy, tasty yet wholesome week-night meal is all in one pot.
Rich and creamy shallow poached tender salmon.
Earthy swiss chard and heirloom tomatoes combined with basil and mozzarella make an awesome one skillet main course.
Fresh vegetables on top, spread the pesto evenly on the pizza dough, sprinkle cheddar cheese on top of the vegetables, great combination for a garden pizza.
A delicious savory tart, chunks of feta, black olives and herbal crust are delicious together. It can be served as an appetizer or a main dish!
Try this easy to make crust-less quiche with any kind of your favorite greens, such as spinach, kale... Delicious, light and low in calorie and fat.
Sauteed mushroom and Swiss chard with layered mashed potatoes, sprinkle grated Parmesan cheese on top, after baking the flavor is wonderful. It is also a good dish for holidays.
This quiche uses potatoes on the bottom in place of the crust. Swiss chard sauteed with garlic give the egg custard more flavor and texture. Goat cheese on top gives lovely bursts of flavor, very tasty.
It's the season of Swiss chard and kale. We got lots of these fresh leafy greens from our CSA farm, and I was trying to come out an idea to use them up, surfing the internet, found a recipe in New York Times, it's a chard and feta phyllo tart. Definitely got the inspiration, I used both chard and kale, instead of feta, I used cheddar; and I sauteed some fresh mushrooms and added some toasted pine nuts, which worked very well. Also, I used a pie plate instead of a tart pan, and it was a great success, absolutely flavorful and delicious. The phyllo crust came out flaky and crispy. Have definitely become one of my signature recipes :)
This homemade sausage has a wonderful texture and outstanding flavor with a slight greenish tinge from the swiss chard and kicked up a notch with Frangelico liquor.