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Yum! I didn't boil the chard before either. Just sautéed it lightly.

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Lilmsbritches July 03, 2011

very nice flavours, we ate ours kind of between hot and warm, very tasty! I did not boil the chard before hand, I cut out most of the stems because we didnt want it overcooked, it turned out just right. I had a couple of large mushrooms to use up so chopped them up and added them, we loved the seasonings. Thanks for posting.

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Derf April 05, 2010

Unusual, healthy and delicious! Takes getting used to the flavor but it's addictive...

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montevinas July 12, 2009

This tasted really nice but I found it was better warm rather than cold. It makes a lovely side dish - thanks!

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Ginger Rose September 05, 2008

Yummy!!! We love swiss chard and other types of greens stir fried in olive oil (which I did here), but this is our favorite! Amazing combo of flavors. I added 4 cloves of garlic, and after it was cooked, the juice from 1.5 lemons (we like a lot of lemon!) and some fresh Italian parsley. This is an impressive side dish!

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Maito July 25, 2007

I'm new to eating chard, so that may be the problem here for me. It smelled wonderful as I was making it, but the flavor was a little much for me.

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haskinsfam September 02, 2006
Chard Salad Morocco