Swiss Chard and Potatoes. Swiss Chard is one of those funny vegetables that lots of people grow in their veg patches or allotments This dish is not just delicious but also insanely good for you - plenty of protein from lots of lentils, iron and vitamins from leafy green chard, and fibre and vitamins from the skin-on new potatoes. This is a dish my husband grew up enjoying only his Mother used broccoli rabe when she made her version and it reminds me of real country peasant food. You can just imagine an old Nonna picking potatoes and greens from her garden and then cooking them together in this.
Swiss chard is available with either reddish or light-green stalks. The red variety has a slightly stronger flavor, but the two are generally interchangeable. I won't lie, Swiss chard can be a real pain to prep, what with the rib-separation and rendering of unfathomable volumes down to a few measly cups of I grew up eating Swiss chard "au gratin" in France. You can cook Swiss Chard and Potatoes using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Swiss Chard and Potatoes
- It's of Swiss Chard 1 large head.
- It's 4 of Russet Potatoes 1 Tbsp olive oil.
- Prepare 1 of yellow onion diced.
- You need 1 can of garbanzo beans.
- Prepare 4 cloves of garlic.
- You need 1 tsp of Red paper flakes.
- Prepare 2 Tbsp of Nutritional yeast.
- You need of Grated vegan parmagian cheese.
- You need 2 tsp of salt.
We would put regular potatoes with the chard so that we could get that "starchy" feeling you. Turn them into vegan/vegetarian potato patties with Swiss chard or another kind of healthy green vegetable. If you've got leftover mashed potatoes, give this vegetarian and vegan recipe a try. Need this recipe to be gluten-free?
Swiss Chard and Potatoes instructions
- Clean and chop potatoes. Place in saucepan of water. Salt water. Add potatoes. Boil until soft..
- Clean and chop Swiss Chard..
- Chop garlic and onion. Add to pan with oil. Sautee until garlic and onion are a little soft. Add Swiss Chard and sautee Add salt. Cook until chard is soft..
- When potatoes are soft drain. Add to Swiss Chard. Drain and add garbanzos. Cook 5 minutes..
- Sprinkle red pepper flakes and pumpkin seeds. Sprinkle parmagian..
- Serve with whole wheat bread. Vegan butter and fresh salad..
Just sub in a gluten-free flour for the. potato & swiss chard frittata. Frittatas with fresh herbs or seasonal vegetables are a main-stay of our diet, and we often serve them on the weekend for a late breakfast or early brunch. In the summertime, we serve them with fresh tomatoes or roasted peppers and goat cheese; in the spring, we serve them. In a large saucepan, heat oil over a medium heat. Then stir in the chicken broth and Swiss chard leaves.