Swiss Chard “Spanakopita” and Quiche

The first recipe comes to me by word of mouth (don’t all the best recipes come that way?) from the great folks at my CSA pick-up site.  The taste is really similar to spanakopita, and swiss chard could definitely substitute for spinach in your favorite recipe.  This is a lighter adaptation that still satisfies your cheesy veggie craving. (I had seconds, and thirds, and…) It has three simple steps.

1.  Saute chard.
2.  Place in baking dish, crack 1 egg over top and sprinkle with feta cheese. Bake on 375 for 10-15 minutes.
3.  Mix chard, cheese, and runny yolk.

ChardSaute

Sautéing the chard.

ChardSpanikopita

Final product. Not pretty, but delicious.

 

The second recipe is photo-less, and adapted from this Paleo-friendly recipe over on the Meaningful Eats blog. I used a plain old frozen pie crust for my quiche, and added bacon.  I fried up about 6 strips, and saved the grease (!) to use instead of the two tablespoons ghee/butter.  The reason I don’t have a picture is that there were no leftovers; this was another very popular recipe!

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One thought on “Swiss Chard “Spanakopita” and Quiche

  1. Pingback: What I Made: Chard Greens with Dill, Parsley, and Green Onions | CSA in the City

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