recipes with the 38 healthiest ingredients is the book, we are using. Each week, we take one of the power foods and make a dish, using it. For me, this has been an introduction to a few vegetables that are new to me and also, some that are staples. If you would like to join us, please contact the coordinator and creator of the group, Mireya - My Healthy Eating Habits.This week, our power food is Swiss Chard, a brand new leafy vegetable, for me.
I bought a huge bunch of swisschard recently and made a nutritious and filling soup. swisschard. These greens are often used in soups, stews, curries, on its own as a side dish, in salads, with eggs, meat, as a filling etc
Heat the oil in a large skillet or wok, over medium-high heat. I like Swisschard more than other greens because the stems aren’t quite so tough and it tastes a lot like beet greens, which aren’t always readily available
How am I supposed to deal with my annoying in-laws. The good news is, everyone will eat, everyone will drink and everyone will fall into a food coma for so long, you have time to pack their bags packed and have their cars warmed up
The staff was grumpy as hell but their food was so good so I didn't care. I decided I needed to learn how to make Thai food at home so I bought a few Thai cookbooks and checked out the entire Thai selection at Uwajimaya
Meanwhile, heat the oil or butter in a large, preferably cast-iron, skillet. Linking this up to This Chick Cooks, Real Food Wednesday, Pennywise Penny Platter Thursday, Fit and Fabulous Fridays, Yummy Mummy, and Frugal Fridays
Tear chard leaves from stems, then coarsely chopped stem and leaves separately. Saute onion in oil for about 1 minute, then add chard stems and cook, stirring occasionally for 2 minute. Add chard leaves and remaining 1/2 cup of water and simmer, partially covered until leaves are tender, about 3 minutes. 1 1/2 lbs swisschard (preferably rainbow or red)
Coat the bottom of a large sauté pan with olive oil and place it over medium-high heat. The other day I got this beautiful chard from my friend and neighbor, Kaye ofSwissChard Vegetarian Lasagna RecipeBy Valentina K