Mixed with unique ingredients and rich sauces, enjoy some of our favorite Swiss chard recipes.
Known for being one of the most nutritious vegetables in the world, Swiss chard has numerous health benefits. Positively impacting
blood sugar, working as an antioxidant, and supporting bone health, what’s not to love about this delicious green?
First up, we have Lemon-Garlic Swiss Chard. This zesty side dish pairs nicely with steak or seared scallops and is ready in just minutes.
View Recipe: Lemon-Garlic Swiss Chard
Caramelized onions add savory flavor to wilted Swiss chard. Choose this dish as a healthy side to round out your dinner menu.
View Recipe: Quick Caramelized Onions Swiss Chard
A time-worthy treasure, this savory pie is tasty both warm and at room temperature.
View Recipe: Pizza Rustica
In this dish, Swiss chard is softened by a sprinkling of warmed vinaigrette. Pair with a meat-based main course for a well-rounded
View Recipe: Warm Bacon Vinaigrette Swiss Chard
Toasted pine nuts and raisins adorn this healthy green that works perfectly as a side to fish and chicken dishes.
View Recipe: Golden Raisins and Pine Nuts Swiss Chard
This nourishing and filling salad is full of unique flavors and works well as a lighter meal or served in smaller portions
as a side to a variety of meat-based dishes.
View Recipe: Lemony Kale Salad
The sweet taste of the crème fraîche in this side offers an appealing contrast to the bitter flavor of Swiss chard.
View Recipe: Swiss Chard with Crème Fraîche
Perfect for a brunch dish or breakfast for dinner dish, this hash is full of healthy ingredients and is a great way to incorporate
more greens into your diet.
View Recipe: Fingerling Potato-Leek Hash with Swiss Chard and Eggs
A tartine is an open-faced sandwich. This recipe demands a hearty bread (one topped with seeds and intact grains adds a nutrition
bonus); it's the best match for the herbed cheese topping.
View Recipe: Tartines with Cheese, Peppers, and Chard
Chard is often cooked to tenderize the tough, fibrous stems. Here the crisp leaves are sliced and used as a salad green. To
add interest, use a variety of seasonal wild mushrooms, such as oyster, lobster, or chanterelle.
View Recipe: Pan-Roasted Chicken, Squash, and Chard Salad with Bacon Vinaigrette
Habanero peppers are fiery hot, so handle them carefully with this soup. In this dish, you simply pierce the chile with a
fork and float it in the broth as the soup cooks. Remove it with a slotted spoon before serving.
View Recipe: Chicken Barley Soup with Walnut Pesto
Apples, mushrooms, and Swiss chard make a nice contrast to the wild rice's crunchy texture in this full-flavor dish.
View Recipe: Walnut-Crusted Pork Chops with Autumn Vegetable Wild Rice
The pancetta (Italian unsmoked bacon) renders a small amount of fat, which is then used to sauté the chard. Serve this robust
side with steaks, roast chicken, or roast pork.
View Recipe: Sautéed Chard with Pancetta
Prep all the vegetables a day ahead, and this comforting soup will come together quickly just before guests arrive.
View Recipe: Winter Minestrone
This San Francisco specialty turns straightforward scrambled eggs into a distinctive dish. To stay true to the recipe's roots,
serve with toasted sourdough bread.
View Recipe: Joe’s Special
Nutty whole-wheat pastry flour keeps these crepes light as air. Get ahead by making crepes, stacking them between paper towels,
and storing them in the fridge for a couple of days or in the freezer for a few weeks.
View Recipe: Chard, Caramelized Onion, and Gruyere Crepes