Top Rated Rainbow Chard Recipes

Aside from being charmingly colorful, rainbow chard is packed with vitamins, calcium, protein, and folates — chard is one of the best things you can put in your body whether you have a cold or not. When you’re sick, however, you want to ensure that you eat only clean, healthy foods that can help boost your wellness — mixing rainbow chard with infection-fighting coconut milk and vitamin C-packed pineapple and lime juices will help you get right back on track.
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Chilaquiles Breakfast Skillet
Chilaquiles is the only acceptable way to basically have nachos for breakfast. This traditional Mexican breakfast dish will be your favorite way to start the day. Just combine eggs, tomatillo salsa, tortilla chips, fresh avocado, and cilantro for our take on this classic dish.
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4.5
Eggs and Greens Breakfast Skillet
Spicy arugula, hearty spinach, and rainbow chard are sautéed until tender with spring garlic, and then topped with sunny side-up eggs. Serve with toast to sop up the creamy egg yolks.
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Teff grains, mixed with Rainbow Chard, Sweet Potatoes and beautiful Watercress leaves, spiced with cayenne pepper, added walnuts for the crunchy taste and topped with Ricotta for the creamy texture.AHAHH! Nutrition Packed Brunch. Super Healthy!
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Grilled Nectarines
This easy dish is best eaten in a bowl with the tender pearls of coucous serving as a bed for the ribbons of chard and chunks of chorizo — or you can jumble them all up together, the choice is yours.  Click here to see Recipe SWAT Team: Chorizo
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3.75
Hazelnut and Lobster Cannelloni
This recipe's a bit of a project, but it's no ordinary cannelloni recipe. How could it be — the addition of lobster elevates any dish from the normal into something truly special. Hazelnuts make their way into each component of the dish, from the pasta dough, to the filling, vinaigrette, and glaze. See all hazelnut recipes.
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