There are some unusual additions in this dip, but it's relatively low-fat, low-carb, full of vegetables (a whole bag of greens!), and it's honestly delicious.
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Swiss chard with garlic recipe
Swiss chard is one of the most bountiful veggies of summer, cropping up in gardens and farmers markets around the United States. This simple, 15 minute side dish lets the nutritious veggie shine with a quick saute along with crushed garlic. Serve it with eggs for breakfast, grilled steak or tofu, or anything else you can dream up. Rainbow chard is particularly pretty.
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Swiss Chard Soup
Sometimes it’s nice to just eat a simple soup that shows off the flavor of the main ingredient. No bells, no whistles, no extra spices, twists, or complicated techniques. That’s the case with this Swiss chard soup. A simple onion, carrot, celery, and garlic base reinforced with chicken stock and, of course, the chard, makes for a bright, belly-warming winter meal. Great on its own, this healthy soup is made a little more indulgent with a dollop of yogurt or sour cream, more texturally complex with chickpea croutons, and heartier with some slices of ancho-rubbed grilled turkey. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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swiss chard gratin
Slightly bitter in taste and full of texture, Swiss chard is versatile and lends itself to surprising combinations...As a substitute for spinach [in gratin], the chard adds a tartness and texture that spinach lacks. The ribs are very flavorful and hold their shape in soups, sautes and gratins. -- Peter KempThis recipe by Peter Kemp originally appeared in The Chicago Tribune.
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Swiss Chard and Sausage with Polenta
Swiss chard and sausage — it rolls off your tongue just as easy as it slides off the fork. This recipe is simple in nature but the sauce is made with deliberate steps (browning, deglazing with red wine, aromatics) to have a bold depth in flavor. It's the perfect bath for the Swiss chard and sausage to soak in, and the cheesy polenta is just the icing on the cake. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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Swiss Chard Tzatziki
I've been on a Greek yogurt kick lately. I love traditional tzatziki with cucumber but wanted to try something a little different. The Swiss chard delivers a slightly different texture (almost like spinach dip) and some added health benefits. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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Baon and Swiss Chard Ravioli
Bacon makes everything better, right? Definitely the case with these creamy, satisfying ravioli. The bacon adds a deliciously smoky taste to the earthy swiss chard and rich ricotta in the filling. Pair these with your favorite tomato sauce or just a light drizzle of olive oil. This pasta is best served fresh out of the pot, so don't drop them in the water until you're ready to eat.  Click here to see the Bacon: It's What's for Dinner story. 
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Baked Eggs with Swiss Chard and Prosciutto
Everyone is always looking for the perfect brunch recipe that make you look fancy without actually requiring much work. This recipe for baked eggs certainly falls into that category, since it's mostly about stacking ingredients on top of one another and then letting them bake. So save yourself the hassle and make this recipe the next time you're looking to impress. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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A great blend of protein, fruit, vegetables, and healthful spices to start your morning off right.
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Swiss Chard and Shiitake Mushroom Risotto
True, anything with a cup of grated Grana Padano is going to taste good. But, to me, at least, that's a great excuse to indulge in some risotto, and this risotto does indeed have a cup of grated Grana in it. That's not all that's in it, though — delicate shiitake mushrooms and wilted Swiss chard are in the mix as well, and a topping of crisp-tender chopped chard stems lend a little crunch and a ton of visual appeal. After all, you eat with your eyes, too. Click here to see Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides.
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Bulgur Risotto with Swiss Chard
Cooking grains in a risotto style may seem fairly unhealthy because the texture is so creamy and luxurious. However, with the exception of a tablespoon and a half of butter, this risotto is cream-free. The texture comes from the starch of the grains, which get released slowly over time and create a self-saucing effect. 
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Baked Sweet Potato with Rainbow Swiss Chard and Chickpeas
Sweet potatoes aren't just delicious and chock-full of nutrients, they're also easy to make. This colorful vegetable can be made in a variety of ways. Try this simple dinner with rainbow Swiss chard and chickpeas piled on top of a baked sweet potato.
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