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Swiss Chard with Olives

Recipe photo courtesy of Charles Watson

Sauteed Swiss chard with onion, garlic, jalapeno, and olives is a fitting accompaniment to fish, chicken, or pork. The winelike hues of Kalamatas, which are cured in red-wine vinegar, stand out in this verdant dish.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, June 2002
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Don't worry if your pan seems overcrowded with the chard; it will quickly wilt and lose most of its volume as it cooks. Cooking the stems a bit longer than the leaves will ensure that they become perfectly tender. If you prefer, seed the jalapeno pepper before using.

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  • spulley
    10 APR, 2010
    Yes, very good. Worth making!
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  • cookingannie93
    2 FEB, 2010
    Delicious.
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