6 Ways to Use Swiss Chard

Spring has sprung in lots of locations and if you are like me, you are thinking about all the delicious things that you’ll be planting and harvesting soon. So I give you 6 Ways to Use Swiss Chard.

Swiss chard is on my list to plant this week, it’s a great cold hardy vegetable (here’s a post I wrote about vegetables that don’t mind a little cold). So in honor of spring I thought I’d share 6 Ways to Use Swiss Chard.

6 Ways to Use Swiss Chard

6 Ways to Use Swiss Chard

I wrote this article for Hobby Farm’s Magazine’s blog today. You can visit the whole article there.

I love working with Hobby Farms and their website is a great resource. Take a minute to poke around and you’re sure to find something to inspire you this morning!

Have a great day and enjoy a little reading!

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Another delicious use for chard is as a wrapping for tamales. A chef once used this in a cooking class I took and they were divine — the chard is tender and pretty. He steamed them a bit to make them flexible and trimmed out the largest part of the stem, and then used them to wrap the masa and other fillings. I’ve re-created this and it is both different and delicious!

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