Swiss Chard Recipes

I am looking for recipes for Swiss chard.

By glavern from NC

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June 20, 20090 found this helpful

I don't have a recipe per se but this is what I do with Swiss Chard. I cut up one pepper, one onion, some chicken tenders, season it and stir fry it in some olive oil. It makes a good and tasty meal. You could serve this over rice too if you so choose. Maybe some others have different recipes but this is my standby.

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June 20, 20090 found this helpful

http://www.recipezaar.com Type swiss chard recipes in the search box. Also I've substituted swiss chard when I've made spinach lasagne. My neighbor has been a vegan for 38 years, she gave me the following non-dairy smoothie recipes.

Health Smoothie Recipe

Fill blender jar 1/2 full of spring water

Swiss chard - 3 big leaves

Spinach to fill blender and pack down

1 apple - core and seeds removed

1 pear - core and seeds removed

1 orange - peeled

2 small bananas - peeled

Small amount of ice cubes

Optional: Add mint, strawberries, blueberries, or kale

Here's a 2nd smoothie recipe

Fill blender jar 1/2 full of spring water

Swiss chard - 3 big leaves

1/2 cup payapa - peeled

1 orange - peeled

1/2 lemon - peeled

Honey - to sweeten

Small amount of ice cubes

Both my neighbor and I own a Vita-Mix high speed blender. The Vita-Mix is such a powerful blender that it finely pulverizes all the ingredients that are added to the blender jar.

I won my Vita-Mixer on an eBay auction and saved a lot of money instead of buying a new one. I have an older Vita-Mix model when they used to make the blender jar out of stainless steel.

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June 20, 20090 found this helpful

I Microwave my Swiss chard it has so much more flavor than when you boil it, I just stripped the main stem from leaves, wash them twice (Mine are homegrown) put them in a salad spinner and get off all the moisture, than pack them as tightly as possible in a glass bowl cover with lid and microwave for 5 minutes or until completely collapsed chopped Add margarine a touch of salt that's all it needs. on occasion I will top with crumbled blue cheese.

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