Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Swiss Chard Recipe
This Swiss chard recipe was my lunch yesterday, and there's nothing like fixing lunch from food you grew yourself. Also nothing like rinsing the Swiss chard in the sink and finding the first earwig of the season, but better earwigs than slugs in my kitchen, that's for sure. In all seriousness, Swiss chard is a wonderful health-boosting vegetable that is very easy to grow in the spring garden. I prefer it cooked to raw in salads, as I find the leaves rather tough. Cooked, however, it's tender like spinach, and when paired with garlic, I find it irresistible. Try growing Swiss chard and be sure to bookmark my Swiss chard recipe so you can enjoy lunch from the garden.
Here's the recipe for Easy Five Minute Swiss Chard.
If you make it, let me know how it turns out for you!