Monday, July 1, 2013

Simple Swiss Chard~pg. 166

VegCookbookClub July recipes from eat, drink & be vegan by Dreena Burton:

Looking forward to cooking out of the same cookbook with everyone this month. There are alot of great recipes I want to try out of here!

I'm constantly looking in every cookbook I have for ways to cook greens. This recipe for Swiss chard is, like the title says, a simple and easy way to cook them. I like the flavor of the toasted sesame oil, tamari (I used Bragg's) and lemon juice. 

It always amazes me how such a big bunch of greens can be reduced to just enough for two people!

I served the Simple Swiss Chard with Vegan 'Sausage' Hash from La Dolce Vegan. I've got to give another shout-out to Jeanette Zeis for my awesome "Vegan" handmade pottery plate. Love her stuff!!


  1. I really like this book. And you can't be wrong with Swiss chard. I love it.And your dish looks good.

    I don't think I've made the sausage hash from LDV. Is is good?

    1. Love the sausage hash from LDV. I use Soyrizo for the sausage. Sometimes I use frozen hash browns instead of fresh grated potatoes and I top it with Daiya cheddar cheese. It's just an easy, quick dinner to make.