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|Barbara in VA||
WOW! Was this good: REC: Chard and garbanzos
Joined: Dec 15, 2005
Posted to Thread #18422 at 1:14 pm on Jun 21, 2010
In my little herb garden I planted a few chard plants this spring. Well, they seem to love it and got big and full of beautiful red veined leaves. I harvested them yesterday morning and tried out this recipe from Epi.
I have never roasted garbanzos. I read the reviews and found that most people just drizzled the garbanzos with oil not using the 1+C listed in the recipe. They tuned out deliciously creamy!
I also did the chard just a tad differently. First I couldn't handle the idea of throwing away all those beautiful red stems. so I chopped them along with onion i/o shallot and sauteed them in a bit of OO then added the chard pieces. I didn't quite use 2C of broth either. Just enought to totally wilt the chard and then let it boil away.
I also sauteed some shrimp that were in the freezer. I served it all in a deep pasta bowl, a big scoop of beans next to a big scoop of chard followed by a handful of shrimp. DH could not get enough of it. I was very surprised at how much he loved it! It was really good :)
Link: Roasted Garbanzo Beans with Swiss Chard
Other messages in this thread:
- 18422. WOW! Was this good: REC: Chard and garbanzos [LINK] - Barbara in VA - 1:14pm on 06/21/10 (6)
- Sounds delicious! [NT] - deb-in-MI - 3:32pm on 06/21/10
- Havin a "get together" on Sunday and this will be on the menu! Thanks! [NT] - CynUpstateNY - 10:42am on 06/22/10
- You're welcome Cyn, Hope you enjoy it as much as we did :) [NT] - Barbara in VA - 1:06pm on 06/22/10
- Yum, I think chard's addictive and, like you, I can't bear to waste the stems. [NT] - Curious1 - 8:45pm on 06/22/10
- I can't eat chard, wish I could. It makes my teeth unbearably "fuzzy", even if I blanch it. nuts. [NT] - AngAk - 4:43pm on 06/25/10
- Yes, very good! - colleenmomof2 - 12:49pm on 06/25/10