Swiss Chard with Garlic and Oregano

  • rstarrlemaitre Posted: 01/08/11
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    A little too vinegary, but still good and worth making again. I liked it much better with red chard than green, for the color contrast on the plate!

  • Allykat42 Posted: 12/02/12
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    Not bad but not myfavorite veggie. Would try another recipe to see if that help with th taste of the chard. But this isn't a bad first chard recipe

  • DoggieMom Posted: 06/19/12
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    I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe. I think of Swiss chard as being very bitter since I've only had it raw in salads. But it seems that the cooking removes the bitterness. It ends up tasting a lot like spinach which I love. One word of caution, clean the chard well. I wasn't careful enough the first time I made it and it was very gritty. The next time I did a much more thorough job of cleaning the chard and it was terrific.

  • inspired2cook Posted: 09/06/12
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    Great way to get these veggies into your diet. Maybe will add more oregano next time. The amount of vinegar called for was perfect for my taste.

  • sensorydeb Posted: 09/22/12
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    I usually find chard to be bitter when cooked but this wasn't. I did add one course chopped onion which I sautéed before doing the rest of the steps. I would serve this to company.

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