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My Italian grandmother would be very pleased with you. Swiss Chard was a staple on her table, and your recipe is a dead-ringer for hers. Buon appetito!
I don't know why but I have never cooked swiss chard. Well that has changed now. This was simple, easy, fast and tasty. It went well with the barley casserole by Barbara Mooers I served. Thanks again Bergy!!!
Great way to do swiss chard. We really enjoyed this -- very simple.
Simple, quick, delicious side. I added some chopped green onions for fun and came out tasty.
This was great. I substituted 1/2 cup of pancetta for the bacon. I will make this again
First time to use Swiss Chard this year from our garden, I found this recipe very nice. Even was good reheated.
Simple and fantastic! Splashed the chard with some good balsamic when done. Thanks for posting.
This is how I prepare spinach sometimes and when I was given some green Swiss chard from a friends garden, this is how i fixed it- yummy! Thanks for posting this, Bergie!
love Swiss Chard, this is the best recipe to enjoy it, have made this several times now and will always use it for Swiss chard.Simple and delicious!! thanks for sharing a keeper!Dec 11/08 - mmm mmm back again, I make this quite regularly, we love it, simple quick and easy with lots of flavour, thanks again Bergy!!
This chard was very good. I used some frozen, that I froze earlier in the summer season. I made sure all the water was out of the greens before putting them in the pan. I added some butter and apple cider vinegar to them once they were on my plate, and my, were they good! I liked the garlic with the greens too. I might cook these in with some salt pork next time as I love the flavor from it in my greens I have discovered. So good!