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Swiss chard green - seeds

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Chard is a dark leafy green vegetable common in Mediterranean cuisine. Particularly popular in Italian food, it's often featured in pasta dishes, in risotto, and even on pizza. While Swiss chard may be the best known, it comes in a variety of colors, including red and golden chard. No matter the color, it's easy to prepare, and there are a few different ways you can cook with it.

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Articles Videos Instructors FOOD What Is Swiss Chard? Learn How to Cook With Swiss Chard and Sautéed Swiss Chard Recipe Written by MasterClass

Last updated: Nov 8, 2020 • 4 min read

Swiss chard, with it's bright and colorful stems, is one of the most eye-catching greens in the farmers' market. It can be prepared many ways—the leaves can be cut into ribbons and dressed raw in a salad, sautéed along with its stems, or braised in a stew. With hearty leafy greens that don’t easily wilt, you can try swapping it out for kale in your next salad.

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Learn More What Is Swiss Chard? Swiss chard is a leafy green vegetable, closely related to beets and spinach. It's leaves resemble that of its beet cousins, but the most recognizable feature of chard is the color of its stalks: the white stalks of Swiss chard contrast with its dark green leaves, while Rainbow chard comes in colors ranging from deep red to bright yellow and orange.

The leaves are often separated from the thick celery-like stems before cooking—but don’t toss out the stems. They have unique qualities of their own and can be cut up for sautés, used as veggie sticks for dips, and pickled. They take a bit longer to cook, so start them in the pan before adding the leaves. Swiss chard makes a delicious gluten-free side dish packed with nutrients

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