Green Gumbo Recipe, Gumbo Z'herbes
A traditional Louisiana gumbo served during Lent that is based on loads of greens such as collards, kale, turnip greens and spinach.
Swiss Chard Enchiladas With Avocado Cream [Vegan, Gluten-Free]
Enchiladas are traditionally wheat or corn tortillas filled with meat that are then rolled and baked in a dish of spicy sauce and loaded with cheese. This healthier version uses rainbow Swiss chard leaves in place of the tortillas. The rainbow colored stems are packed with antioxidants and is hence a very nutritious addition to the dish. The sweet potato, corn, and black bean filling is delicious on its own but is made divine when paired with the silky avocado cream.
Farm Stand Bounty Chicken and Swiss Chard Soup
Farm Stand Bounty Chicken and Swiss Chard Soup Recipe: Organic ingredients, like pasture-raised chicken and homemade broth are the best choices if...
Favorite Healthy Swiss Chard Recipes – Kalyn's Kitchen
Here's my Salute to Swiss Chard with my Favorite Healthy Swiss Chard Recipes, and if you're growing chard this can give you plenty of options!
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Two Easy Swiss Chard Recipes
I have a friend who calls me Kale Gal because I grow kale in my gardens, pluck leaves for my husband’s smoothies, make kale chips, and find any excuse to incorporate them into meals. I love r…
5 Ways to Eat Chard Stems
Young and tender chard stems require little extra thought, but when the stalks turn thick, and perhaps stringy, it’s usually best to trim them from the leaves. That doesn’t mean you should toss them in the compost or garbage bin, though. Treat them as another vegetable and you have an ingredient for pickles, gratins, and more.• Refrigerator pickles: These pickled chard stems are spicy, sweet, acidic, and especially pretty when made with rainbow chard.
Farm Fresh Now: Chard of Many Colors (+ a recipe!)
Farm Fresh Now: Swiss Chard of Many Colors (+ a recipe!) - Chard will always be there for you. Like a reliable friend, it is one of the greatest, and often least appreciated, of all the gifts from your local farmer.
Farmers Markets vs. CSAs: Which Is Better?
This is the time of year vegetable lovers have been waiting for. When it comes to summer produce, there is certainly no shortage of it. The big question that looms today isn’t what to buy, but where to buy it. For those who favor fresh, seasonal, local fruit and veggies, farmers markets and CSAs are the answer. But which one is the best way to go? It’s a kitchen throwdown — which side are you on?
8 Ways to Use Swiss Chard Stalks
8 Way to make use of Swiss chard stalks, different kinds of Swiss chard soups, stir fries and baked and breaded stems.
Indian Roasted Potato Salad with Swiss Chard | Bev Cooks
Now this is a salad. But not like salad salad. More like SALAD, BABY. Actually, when I made it, Aaron and I tasted it together and I said, “It’s hearty! Definitely could be a side dish.” But he spoke right at the same time and said, “Whoa! This is definitely more like a salad.” So […]