Pan Fried Swiss Chard Recipe


pan fried swiss chard recipe

Pan Fried Swiss Chard Recipe

Melt the butter in the skillet. Stir in the lemon juice and garlic paste. Add the Swiss chard to the butter mixture. When the leaves begin to wilt, place a ...

Garlic paste, lemon juice, and bacon provide a lot of flavor for this Swiss Chard side dish.
sauteed swiss chard with parmesan cheese recipe

Sauteed Swiss Chard with Parmesan Cheese Recipe

Melt butter and olive oil together in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Stir in the garlic and onion, and cook for 30 seconds until fragrant.

Lemon and Parmesan cheese season this simple, tasty recipe for Swiss chard on your stovetop!
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Pan Fried Swiss Chard. Rated as 4.65 out of 5 Stars. Prep. 15 m. Cook. 10 m. Ready In. 25 m. Recipe By:melanie. "This is a quick, easy, and tasty way to ...


roasted swiss chard with feta

Roasted Swiss Chard with Feta

Rainbow Swiss chard is tossed with olive oil and roasted in the oven sprinkled ... This method of cooking chard was given to me (in very few words) from an ...

Rainbow Swiss chard is tossed with olive oil and roasted in the oven sprinkled with feta cheese in this hearty side dish.
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pan fried swiss chard review by debsnature

Pan Fried Swiss Chard - Review by Debsnature

Aug 22, 2010 ... We had a very hard time understanding the recipe. First we couldn't tell if you chop uncooked bacon (a chore) or cooked.

We had a very hard time understanding the recipe. First we couldn't tell if you chop uncooked bacon (a chore) or cooked. So we used raw bacon, and had the "separated fat" from the meat in the pan. It didn't say drain it, or remove bacon; just melt butter in the skillet. I chose to drain it and wipe the skillet out first, then add the butter, garlic, and lemon. As others had suggested, we enjoy using the sliced crunchy stems and had to cook them a few minutes first, so we tossed the bacon pieces back in. Then we added the leaves, which we kept stirring over medium heat so neither the chard nor bacon would scorch because there was very little liquid. I can't imagine turning up the heat and covering it. By the way, since we were confused about how much swiss chard is a "bunch", we used about 12 large leaves... maybe it was too much? I gave it 4 stars because the flavor was very good and the ingredients are a great mix. Just wish it was written more clearly.
pan fried swiss chard review by melodyeng

Pan Fried Swiss Chard - Review by melodyeng

Sep 7, 2019 ... ... this recipe except for the garlic paste. I did not have any, so I used chopped (slightly minced) garlic. The dish turned out great!

I followed this recipe except for the garlic paste. I did not have any, so I used chopped (slightly minced) garlic. The dish turned out great!
pan fried swiss chard review by karen

Pan Fried Swiss Chard - Review by Karen

Jun 26, 2012 ... ... more than 1/2 tsp of garlic as we love it as much as bacon. Gave the pan a swig of balsamic vinegar at the end. Great way to cook chard.

Everything tastes better with bacon. Didn't add the butter (the bacon made enough fat) or the lemon juice. Probably added more than 1/2 tsp of garlic as we love it as much as bacon. Gave the pan a swig of balsamic vinegar at the end. Great way to cook chard.
pan fried swiss chard review by margaret maslen

Pan Fried Swiss Chard - Review by Margaret Maslen

Aug 30, 2018 ... Tasty! I did add bacon and a few sprinkles of Parmesan. Pan Fried Swiss Chard. Rated as 4.65 out of 5 Stars. 122. 170 Ratings.

Tasty! I did add bacon and a few sprinkles of Parmesan.