Top-ranked recipe named "Garlic-Sauteed Swiss Chard"
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"It is easy to make. We had never had chard before and will probably make it again. I found it better than spinach. It has a nicer flavor, in my opinion."
1. Wash and trim chard. Slice stems into 1/2-inch pieces and roughly chop leaves. 2. In a large skillet over medium heat, heat oil. Saute garlic in oil several minutes, until it begins to brown. Remove garlic and discard. 3. Add chard stems to skillet. Cover and cook over medium heat until crisp-tender, 3 to 4 minutes. 4. Add chard leaves. Saute, stirring constantly until leaves are wilted, about 1 minute. 5. Season to taste with lemon juice, salt, and pepper. Recipe By : the California Culinary Academy From: Emory!rahul.Net!watson@sunshine.Edate: Fri, 1 Apr 1994 15:04:18 -0800 (P File ftp://ftp.idiscover.co.uk/pub/food/mealmaster/recipes/mmdja006.zip
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NayDway 1 month agoThis is a good quick recipe. I modified it for hubby's sake. Left the lemon out, minced the garlic & left it in, a little salt, a little pepper....DELICIOUS!
suedzik-davidsz 1 year agoDidnt care as a side, however, over rice would be better. Too much lemon?
cangerkan 2 years agoNice. We liked it so much we planted some swiss chard in the garden this summer to use in this recipe. Liked by my children too.
Oregonian1944 3 years agoIt is easy to make. We had never had chard before and will probably make it again. I found it better than spinach. It has a nicer flavor, in my opinion.
sara_m 3 years agoSimple but good! I usually only use chard leaves so this encouraged me to try something new, and I'm glad I did.
lisacrooke 5 years agoThis was very easy and tasty. Goes excellent with Recipe 161211, Halibut piccata!