4 Reviews

wonderful, tasty Swiss chard, great with beans and a nice bite with the pepper sauce. I had no green hot pepper sauce, I used Thai sweet chili sauce, worked beautifully!! just enough bite. very simple and quick to put together. I will be making it again, thanks Dancer^

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Derf July 24, 2009

Yum, yum, yum! The sum is greater than the parts! Super easy, also!

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Lulabelle59 March 09, 2009

Wonderful! I used about 1/4 cup canned green chili enchilada sauce because I didn't have green hot sauce. It was great with a simple spanish rice.

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chef 863944 June 23, 2008

I made this because it was simple and because I've had a bottle of that green jalapeno Tabasco sauce in my cupboard forever that I couldn't figure out how to use. I may make it again just because it was good. There are some other white-bean-and-greens recipes on here that call for Italian seasonings. The sharp green Tabasco gave this one a soul food tang, like collard greens with a vinegary hot sauce. The Italian version might be eaten with polenta. With this one you could try buttermilk cornbread, or maybe grits. I ate it with whole wheat pita, and that was pretty good too.

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Nose September 20, 2005
Spicy Swiss Chard & Beans