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Recipe of Chards with Potatoes
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Chards with Potatoes

45 min
Easy
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Economical, healthy and delicious! Colorful and tasty, excellent as a garnish or simply to "nibble" for a while.

Ingredients

4 servings
  • 4 bunches of chard
  • 2 pieces of potato big
  • 1/2 piece of onion
  • 1 teaspoonful of olive oil
  • 1/6 of liter of tomato puree
  • 1 Cup of Water
  • to taste of black pepper

    Preparation

    Wash the potatoes and cook in a little water with a pinch of salt
    Wash the chard perfectly, drain. Once washed, cut the stem of the center and leave only the leaves (there are those who start to cook the stems after removing the thicker fibers but that is optional)
    Finely chop the onion and cut the leaves of chard into thin strips (you can roll them so that the cutting of the stems is perpendicular to the cut of the strips that you are going to make)
    Heat the oil and sauté the onion (there are some who include garlic in this step, but I personally do not like it very much since the chard itself has a strong flavor), when the onion becomes transparent, add the chard and move constantly for about 5 to 10 minutes over medium heat
    Cut the potatoes cooked in cubes of approximately one cubic centimeter (one potato can take out about 30 cubes) and add them to the chard (you may or may not peel the potatoes to taste)
    Add the tomato puree (I've done it with pure can in the rush, but it can be with pure home as it is delicious) and move to avoid sticking until you change a bit the tone of pure, add the cup of water and salt and pepper to taste
    Reduce the flame and let it boil for 10 to 15 minutes moving from time to time so that the potatoes do not stick. The dish will be ready when the Swiss chard changes its color and feels soft to the touch.

    PRESENTATION

    They are only served with what they are going to accompany, steak, roasted breast, or just as a salad.

    TIPS

    If you want to make it more nutritious you can add or even change chard with spinach and instead of water you can also use chicken broth. I use it as a garnish but you can also add chicken and make it a strong dish. I hope you like it.

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    Nutritional information
    * Percentage of daily values ​​based on a 2,000-calorie diet.
    Calories
    95.0
    kcal
    4.8%
    Carbohydrates
    22.4
    g
    7.5%
    Proteins
    4.1
    g
    8.2%
    Lipids
    0.5
    g
    0.8%
    Fiber
    4.7
    g
    9.5%
    Sugar
    12.1
    g
    13%
    Cholesterol
    0.0
    mg
    0.0%
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    Ratings (2)
    Elena Venegas
    13/09/2018 11:39:04
    Muy rico, gracias
    Jessica Ramirez
    04/03/2013 18:09:29
    FACIL Y RAPIDA ESTA MUY RICA Y FACIL DE HACER NO TIENE MUCHA COMPLICACION

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