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We have a local farm box that comes to our house and swiss chard has been in it a good bit. We love the stuff, but we're running out of ideas. Food.com to the rescue! I did adjust it a bit to cut some of the calories. I don't cook very often, but decided to tackle this one on my own. It turned out GREAT. There was none left, the kids and husband slurped it up. I was told it was a keeper - and they want to try it with other veggies. Hey, that's a win!

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CandyTX July 22, 2013

Yum! Made with home grown chard and you know it's good when there aren't any leftovers! Couldn't find the nutmeg, subbed a bit of Old Bay and reduced the oregano. Thanks for a great recipe.

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ktkate June 14, 2013

Only made half a recipe and used fontina cheese. Loved it. Will have it a lot while the chard is growing.

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adopt a greyhound July 11, 2012

being a transplanted chicagoan with my own collection of recipes from the food section of the tribune, i was happy to try this one out. i get lots of chard from my daughter's school garden and i am glad to have another recipe to use it in. it was easy and tasty! i substituted oil for the casserole dish instead of butter, but otherwise, the herbs and cheesy sauce complemented the chard very well. i will even buy chard at the market to make this recipe! thanks hey jude for passing it on.

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emmypies July 12, 2010

This was sooo good! Quite possibly my new favorite veggie side dish. Everything about it was perfect! Thanks so much!! I will be making this over and over again!!

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Oliver & Fischer's Mommy June 25, 2010

This was a great way to use swiss chard which I've just discovered in the last few months. It needed a little something else for us to make it a 5 star, but was very good. I used the cup or so that was leftover and mixed it with 1/2 cup marinara sauce and some whole wheat penne pasta for a nice 2nd meal side. Thanks for sharing.

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Sherri at the Beach March 11, 2009

Excellent! I belong to a local farmer's coop in my area and this was my first time cooking swiss chard. Very good. I'm sure I will make this again.

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VLizzle July 01, 2008

First time for my husband to eat swiss chard this was great. He could not believe how good it was. The cheese did the trick I used just plain old cheddar I had in the refrigertor.

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lowrider54 June 04, 2008

Fabulous dish! Yum. It went perfectly with steak and baked potatoes. I used one bunch of swiss chard and would've had enough sauce for two. I didn't have fresh breadcrumbs so I used dried Italian-style instead. Also, I used fresh rosemary instead of oregano. I treated it like the bay leaf-- let it steep as the sauce thickened and then removed the rosemary sprig. Thanks so much for posting this-- we'll surely have it again!

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Heather U. December 23, 2007

Gruyere is too good for a casserole so we used grated swiss. It was EXCELLENT!!!

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UTcooks September 23, 2007
Swiss Chard Gratin