Penne with Swiss Chard & Asiago Cheese

Penne with Swiss Chard & Asiago Cheese created by Kathy228

Quick and very good. from the local newspaper

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  • In a large pot of boiling salted water, cook penne 8 to 10 minutes or until tender but firm.
  • Add 8 cups coarsely chopped Swiss chard, cook 1 minute; drain well.
  • In a large serving bowl, combine remaining ingredients.
  • Add pasta mixture; toss well.
  • Season to taste.
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  1. Evan L.
    This recipe was good! One weird thing: 2 cups of pasta seems unrealistic for four servings. Use 3.5 at least. Obviously increase cheese/chard to compensate. I also used butter instead of oil, which ended up being good!
  2. Jena5690
    I made this last night and it was very tasty. I did not drain the beans to make it a bit more saucy and then added a can of diced tomatoes. My mixture looked a lot more green than in the picture though I though I was actually a little short on the amount of chard. I'm not rating it since I didn't make it exactly as stated, but all the adults liked it a lot.
  3. EmilyStrikesAgain
    Had to use spinach instead of chard as the grocery store didn't carry it (boooo!) but found this an enjoyable after work meal. It was a bit bland so I added plenty of red pepper flakes and some frozen peas. Again, not outta this world but definitely enjoyable and did the trick. It does get 5 stars for its ease and quickness. Perfect for a weeknight dinner.
  4. Kathy228
    Penne with Swiss Chard & Asiago Cheese Created by Kathy228
  5. Kathy228
    This is so good. Asiago cheese is one of my favorites so I couldn't resist this recipe. It's easy to put together. I didn't have penne, so I used shells. And spinach for the Swiss chard. I will use chard the next time I make this. I've never used chard before, now I have a great recipe to try some. Thanks Derf.
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