Highly nutritious and much prized, Swiss chard is not only tasty but surprisingly beautiful, whether dark green or wearing stalks of many colors as the rainbow variety. It’s also not from Switzerland at all, but keep its secret and enjoy. The flavor of the chard, halfway between spinach and collards, sets off against the nutty whole wheat pasta and meaty mushrooms nicely, and the sautéed stalks add extra dash of fiber and flavor.
Recipe of the Month: Quick Broccoli and Edamame Side Dish with Sweet and Savory Dressing
Every ingredient in this recipe shouts out its health benefits. The fact that it tastes good – and can be done in 11 minutes – is a bonus. Asian flavor profiles are represented well: the tartness of vinegar (an age-old health booster), sweet and savory marmalade, and a splash of spice from mustard
Broccoli and Edamame Side Dish
Vegetable Summer Saute
Perfect for Springtime lunch!