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Very good, added 4 cloves of garlic and omitted at least half of the water. Also seasoned with salt and pepper.

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Love to Eat!! April 09, 2009

I found this to be a little bland, even with the addition of salt and pepper. But it is definitely an easy, healthy recipe. I would consider making this again.

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D Rusak June 21, 2008

Tasty and easy. I made a few modifications, based on what I did and did not have on hand: Substituted beet greens for chard, walnuts for pine nuts, garlic for onion, whole jumbo purple raisins for chopped golden, and then added some goat cheese when it was all cooked up. Yum! ...I agree with MIssy Wombat that you can cut back on the water.

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chefyl March 27, 2007

Hi EV_food, made this salad the other night and it was delicious. I found it in Everyday Food, Ocotber 2006 edition, the only thing I changed was I added 1 tablespoon of balsamic vinegar and salt, coarse ground black peper, and a sprinkling of crushed red pepper. I am not a lover of pine nuts so I subbed it for toasted, chopped walnuts. Thank you for posting such a wonderful salad and we used it a substitute for spinach salad! Diane

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Manami October 04, 2006

This recipe is great. I had some 5 colour mix silverbeet [rainbow chard]. A couple of points. I would add garlic just to give it a bit more punch. 1 cup of water is not necessary. I think that the water could be halved.

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Missy Wombat November 23, 2005
Swiss Chard With Raisins and Pine Nuts