I do not think this recipe warrants a post. My visiting family told me otherwise.
Would you consider trying a new vegetable you haven’t tried before this week?
Swiss Chard (sometimes we combine it with kale and/or beet greens)
Olive oil, a very good, strong, robust, peppery, extra virgin olive oil is best
Wash and dry as best you can the Swiss chard.
Use your hands to pull the leaves off of the thick stemmy middle.
Place greens in a bowl.
Use kitchen shears to cut the greens into small, bite sized bits.
Toss the greens with olive oil, enough to make them glisten but not soak.
Sprinkle liberally with garlic powder, onion powder, salt, and pepper.
Mix well with your hands, rubbing the oil and spices into the leaves.
Serve. (We usually serve as a bedding for a main course.)
Family gustar report:
My 4 year old makes this dish all by herself and loves to eat it. Picky daughter takes the mandatory bites, and the rest of us like them. So gustar rating is 5/5 (five people in our family) for the dish.
I encourage you to eat well, decrease the crutches that prevent you and your family from attaining health. Really consider making purchases of foods that don’t require labels. Or labels that have only 1-2 ingredients. You may be surprised at the headaches, tummy aches, stuffy noses, and emotional outbursts that you leave at the wayside. Food is (thankfully) a choice for most of us. Make your choices good ones your body will appreciate. ˜Terri