Swiss Chard: Not Just for Sides Slideshow
February 8, 2013
Baked Eggs with Swiss Chard and Prosciutto
Swiss chard is more flavorful than spinach so you can use it in a lot of dishes while making them more elegant…
— Ali Rosen
Sautéed Swiss Chard
Sautéed Swiss chard is pretty much the easiest thing you can make, ever. Toss in some garlic and olive oil, add in the stems and leaves, zest a little lemon, and you're done. A little Parmesan never hurts, either.
— Jessica Chou
Swiss Chard and Shiitake Mushroom Risotto
The earthy flavor of shiitake mushrooms infuses this risotto as it cooks, and gently cooked rainbow chard stems brighten up the dish just before serving.
— Will Budiaman
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.
— Anne Dolce
Simple Swiss Chard Soup
This is a great, simple, heartwarming soup…
— Arthur Bovino
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.
— Nathan Cyphert