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I added chicken gravy mix to the broth until it was a thick gravy, used redskin potatoes. I will definitely be making it again!

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coyote2cats October 01, 2006

What a unique and delicious recipe this is for summertime Swiss chard. I had rainbow chard, so I did use the beautiful red, purple, orange and yellow stems, first cutting off the tough ends, and then slicing them into 1 inch pieces. I cooked my Yukon gold potatoes in chicken broth, adding the stems to the pot for the last 5 minutes. After cooking the garlic lightly in the olive oil, I tossed in the chopped leafy chard and let it cook for just 2 minutes before adding the potatoes, the stems and about 1/2 of the broth. A generous grind of fresh pepper and in just a few minutes time we had a wonderful side dish to our meatloaf.

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Geema July 18, 2006

My first purchase of chard, so I needed a recipe and I love Croatia....so I gave it a try--exactly as described. It was delicious. This made a great side dish to our salmon burgers. I brought the leftovers to work, and now I'm anxiously awaiting the next occasion to fix it again. Thanks!

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Irishdoc June 24, 2006
Blitva (Croatian Swiss Chard Dish)